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Make Your Website GDPR Compliant

Updated: Jan 31, 2021

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aims to protect the fundamental right to privacy and the protection of the personal data of European Union (EU) citizens. This regulation affects any entity (including websites) that processes EU citizens' data. Whether or not you, or your business, is located in the EU; if you have EU site-visitors or, if your marketing campaigns target EU citizens, this affects you.

What If Your Website Is Not GDPR Compliant?

Site owners that fail to make a website GDPR compliant can face stiff financial penalties. The penalty for non-compliance with GDPR is up to €20 million or 4% of global annual turnover (whichever is greater) so non-compliance really isn't an option.

Don't Get Caught Out!

How Can Web Revolutions Help You?

Here at Web Revolutions, we have the tools, experience and knowledge to make your Wix website GDPR compliant and prevent you from facing those stiff financial penalties.

We can do the following:

  • Website GDPR Review

  • Cookie Consent Banner

  • Cookie Settings

  • Cookie Policy

  • Privacy Policy

  • Contact Form GDPR Compliance

Website GDPR Review

We'll run through your entire website and advise you on what needs updating to make your website GDPR compliant. Don't leave it too late and don't get caught out. The fines you can face are backbreaking.

Cookie Consent Banner

A cookie consent banner is a notification that informs your visitors on how their cookies are being used on your site. By enabling this banner, only essential cookies are placed on your visitor’s device. Using the banner, visitors can approve the usage of other types of cookies as well. The banner includes all the default texts you need in order to explain about the cookies you're using, but we can tailor them to your individual needs.

Cookie Settings

When a user first visits your site, only essential cookies and scripts are loaded. In order to use other types of cookies and scripts (e.g., Functional, Advertising, Analytics), you must obtain consent from your visitor through the cookie banner. Visitors can either approve all cookie types by simply clicking "Accept" or only allow specific types by clicking the Cookie Settings button.

Cookie Policy

A cookie policy is a declaration to your users on what cookies are active on your website, what user data they track, for what purpose, and where in the world this data is sent.

We'll gather a list of all the cookies your website uses and display this in a neatly designed page on your website. We'll make sure that your cookie policy matches the overall design of your site.

Privacy Policy

A Privacy Policy is a statement or a legal document that states how a company or website collects, handles and processes data of its customers and visitors. It explicitly describes whether that information is kept confidential, or is shared with or sold to third parties.

We'll write your websites privacy policy and display this in a neatly designed page on your site. We'll make sure that your privacy policy matches the overall design of your site.

Contact Forms

The GDPR requires transparency and only considers informed, freely given, specific consent to be valid. If your users are not able to understand exactly what they’re signing up for, they cannot give informed consent. Under the GDPR, consent must be freely given via an ambiguous action. Mechanisms like pre-checked boxes as forbidden.


About Web Revolutions Windsor

Web Revolutions are a team of creative design specialists. Our expertise spans more than just creating compelling designs; we also specialise in end-to-end project management to ensure that the designs we create achieve your desired outcomes. We work with you to evolve your ideas from concept to a finished project.

Partnering with an experienced design team ensures that your organisational online image achieves maximum positive impact on your target audiences. You need a partner that understands how to create or revitalise an organisation’s visual identity standards and extend these frameworks into creative, project-specific approaches.


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