Frequently Asked Questions

Go through the most frequently asked questions about CookieLegit related to the license, installation and activation.

GDPR & Cookie Law

Cookie Banner

If you purchase the CookieLegit cookie banner, you can choose between a Premium and Lifelong version. When purchasing the Premium version you can use the plug-in for a year, after this year you have to renew it. The lifetime version is a one-time purchase, after this you have no more costs.
If your license of the plugin on your website expires, you can still use it for as long as you want. You just no longer have access to download the file, request support, or receive updates to the plugin. For this you will need to renew the license for the plug-in.
There are three different types of cookie banners: Free, Premium and Lifetime.
On the pricing page you will find more information about the different cookie banners.
You could try clearing your browser’s cache by hard refreshing your webpage.
To perform a hard refresh,
On Windows, hold the ⇧ Shift key and click the Reload button.
On macOS, hold down ⌘ Cmd and the ⇧ Shift key and then press the R key.
If you use WordPress, you use cookies. WordPress requires the use of cookies for it to work properly. If your website has plugins, then it gets a little more complicated but you can find out if your website uses cookies by following this guide to audit your website for cookies.


No. Only the “Info” consent type in CookieLegit will set cookies prior to consent.
Learn more about the consent types: Different Consent Types in CookieLegit.
Yes. CookieLegit automatic cookie blocking works fine with embeds such as Youtube embed, Twitter, or Vimeo embeds.


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