As you may already know, cookies can perform a number of useful tasks such as recording your visitor IP address, logging personal settings or track user behaviours from page to page. Since the inception of the 2002 ePrivacy Directive, also known as ‘The Cookie Law’, some webmasters placed simple banners or popups stating that cookies are sent with a simple consent button for users to click. Fast-forward to 25th May 2018 with the birth of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and updated ePrivacy Directive (ePR), the quick and dirty methods of sending cookies without warning site visitors are no longer acceptable.
Google Analytics is one of the most popular website analytics tools 100% free for anyone to sign up for and use. Sometimes, we give Google too much information about our website and there may be sections of the site that you do not want the analytics script to log. We have made adding Google Analytics to your website super simple with this easy to import script. Simply follow the steps and you will be able to install the Google Analytics tracking script in no time. Also, you will have the utmost control with selecting the sections of your website that you allow the script to track.
Table Sorter is an awesome jQuery script by Christian Bach that allows dynamic multi-column sorting of tables. This script works flawlessly on the client-side, performing its magic without the need for a page refresh. It easily parses many data types including: text, URI’s, integers, currency, floats, IP addresses, dates and time.