Cookies are data pieces (files) that store particular information about a website visitor. For example, cookies record the information about the person's device, browser, and the visitor's overall behavior online.

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The data your website collects

The information that is collected by your website includes:

  • The information about the website visitor's device: web browser, IP address, time zone, some of the installed cookies on that device.

  • Information about the individual web pages or products viewed on your website.

  • Information about what websites or search terms referred people to your website.

  • Information about how people interact with your website.

  • (If provided) personal information - including but not limited to - your website visitor's name, surname, address, payment information, etc.

You can use our free Privacy Policy Generator to create documentation covering all cookie-related information you need to make your visitors aware of. You'll only need to insert your company name (My company), website name (company.com), and email address (info@company.com), and the AI tools will do the rest 💡


Inform your website visitors about cookies

You can let people know about your cookie use in several ways:

  • Use a cookie banner

  • Create your own Privacy Policy page

  • Add both a cookie banner and a Privacy Policy page to your website

To enable a cookie banner to your Zyro website, please follow these instructions.

To create a Privacy Policy page, open the Pages and navigation settings and click on the Add page button.

Add a blank page.

Add a text element to the page and paste the content of your Privacy Policy, e.g. the copy created by the Zyro Privacy Policy generator. You can also customize the page and add more elements (contact forms, images, and so on) if needed.

You can leave the page visible in the website menu (the upper section of your website, referred to as the header), or you can hide the page from the website menu and only display a link to it in the footer section at the bottom of your website.

To hide a page, open Pages and navigation settings and drag the Privacy Policy page down to the Hidden from navigation:

Even if the page is hidden, people can still access it via its URL link (https://domain.com/privacy-policy). The page will also appear in search engines, as it's only hidden from your website's menu.

If you have a footer – the bottom section of a website that typically contains a copyright notice, contact information, social media icons, and so on – you can include a text element there, insert the phrase 'Privacy Policy', and link that text to your Privacy Policy page.


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