Make sure you don't fall foul of the EU Privacy Directive.

The Codehouse Cookie module has been designed to allow or deny cookies upon instruction by the website visitor.

From 26th May 2012 your website's visitors have had to be asked for their permission for your website to use cookies on their devices.

The new legislation sets out that all websites must make it clear to visitors that cookies are being used with the visitor being given the option to either 'allow' or 'deny' the use of cookies. At the last minute the ICO relaxed the requirement to also allow “implicit acceptance” of cookies. Businesses that fail to implement this legislation are at risk of receiving a substantial fine indeed.

So that you don't fall foul of the law our expert team of Sitecore developers have developed the Codehouse Cookie Module for Sitecore CMS. The Codehouse Cookie Module has been designed to 'allow' (or implicitly assume acceptance of) or 'block' cookies based on the visitor’s preferences.

This important module presents your visitors with a slick, expandable jQuery header message prompting them to either 'Allow' or ‘Deny’ cookies, or continue with implicit acceptance. The message is removed throughout your website for the life of the session once a choice is made.

The Codehouse Cookie Module is simple to use and can easily be edited from Sitecore's Content Editor.

This Sitecore module is an essential addition to a Sitecore CMS website. Like all our modules, the Codehouse Cookie Module is available to all our clients with a current support contract.

If you are interested in signing up to a Codehouse Support Agreement with access to our comprehensive 24/7 support for your Sitecore website then please get in touch.