This Cookie Consent Banner is actively developed, tested and maintained by a team of engineers, designers and data privacy attorneys, and receives consistently positive reviews in the industry — from small companies and budding startups to web development agencies, legal offices, and larger enterprises. Our team works around the clock to ensure you don't have to worry about remaining compliant.
Now operated by Termly, this plugin includes new features and functions to better help you comply with privacy laws like the GDPR, CCPA and other Cookie Laws like the ePrivacy Directive. Read more here about what's changed and what it means for you.
IMPORTANT: For existing plugin users prior to version 3.0, after upgrading, you will need to sign up for a Termly account from within the plugin, or on app.termly.io, then enable the consent banner again.
In addition, enable the Auto Blocker to automatically detect, categorize and block tracking scripts on your site from being served to your visitors until they have consented to it in accordance with their local laws and regulations. Unlike other tools, Termly maintains a database of thousands of known scripts and trackers so you don't need to think about set-up and can focus on building your site.
We'll automatically generate your cookie descriptions and categories, and keep your notification bar and policy up to date to help ensure compliance. No configuration needed.
GDPR Cookie Consent Banner is one of the easiest and most effective methods of tackling the EU's ePrivacy Directive (EU Cookie Law), the UK's Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR), and GDPR/UK GDPR compliance.
With automatically configured details (like cookie type, category, and description), our plugin creates comprehensive cookie policies and cookie consent banners to help you meet extensive EU and UK legal requirements.
To learn more about how this plugin works, visit the support page.
You can find more details about EU and UK regulations like the Cookie Law on the European Commission's site, and the UK's PECR on the Information Commissioner's Office site. For information about how the GDPR affects your website, visit Termly's GDPR guide.
Yes, you can customize your consent banner to match the look and feel of your website. Edit the colors, theme, text, font, display style, and position using our banner settings editor.
If you choose to display your consent banner as a top or bottom bar, or as a left- or right-side tooltip, users will be able to continue using your site without interacting with the consent banner. You can also set your banner to disappear when a user scrolls (scroll to consent function). However, if you choose to display your consent notification as a full-screen modal, users will need to interact with the notice before continuing to use your site.
The base version of GDPR Cookie Consent Banner is free and includes all of the basic plugin features.
The free plan has a 10,000 monthly unique visitor limit to your consent banner. When that limit has been reached, your banner will be deactivated until the following month. Consider upgrading to a paid plan to unlock additional monthly visitors and access even more features on your consent banner. Visit our pricing page for more information.
Brand new codebase for managing Cookie Consent through the Termly.io platform. New features include:
New in 3.0.2: Updated consent banner limitations to 10,000 monthly unique visitors (up from 100)
Now operated by [Termly](https://termly.io/), this plugin includes new features and functions to better help you comply with privacy laws like the GDPR, CCPA and other Cookie Laws like the ePrivacy Directive. Read more [here](https://termly.io/wordpress-plugin/) about what’s changed and what it means for you.
IMPORTANT: For existing plugin users prior to version 3.0, after upgrading, you will need to sign up for a Termly account from within the plugin, or on [app.termly.io](https://app.termly.io), then enable the consent banner again.