Cookies on your Yola-based site

To ensure your Yola-based website runs effectively and provides the best user experience to your visitors, we use cookies. This guide describes the cookies we place on your Yola site.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small code snippets placed in the users’ browsers and activated when they visit a website.  Cookies may improve your site-building and browsing experience because they help websites remember preferences and understand how people use various features.

Types of cookies

Yola uses some necessary cookies because they allow visitors to navigate better and use key features on your site. These cookies vary from site to site, depending on the site’s features. Read more about these cookies and their functionality: Essential and non-essential cookies.

Cookies used by Yola

Here’s a table of cookies Yola uses.

 Name

 Domain

 Type, expiry, and purpose

 __cf_bm

 yola.com

  • Cookie
  • 1 day
  • Used to distinguish human users from bots

 AWSALBCORS [2]

 analytics.sitewit.com

 connect.sitewit.com

  • Cookie
  • 6 days
  • Registers which server cluster is serving the visitor and is used to optimize the user experience

 synthasiteVisitId

 [your domain]

  • Cookie
  • 1 day
  • Used to keep statistics throughout a website visitor’s session

 synthasiteVisitorId

 [your domain]

  • Cookie
  • 1 year
  • Used to keep statistics throughout a website visitor’s session

 _swa_u

 [your domain]

  • Local Storage
  • Persistent
  • Used for internal analytics by the website operator

 

If you’ve enabled the Cookie consent banner, you will also have the necessary GDPR-compliance of the website cookie.

 Name

 Domain

 Type, expiry, and purpose

 __cookieBanner__

 [your domain]

  • Local Storage
  • Persistent
  • Used to detect visitors’ acceptance of the use of cookies in the banner. 


Note:
  If you use third-party services on your website, they can come with their own set of additional cookies. 

How to check your cookies

For the most common browsers, you can:

  • See which cookies are active in your browser’s settings.
  • Clear cookies from your browser or device entirely or from a specific website.

For help locating cookies on your device, visit your browser’s documentation:

Adding a cookie banner

Certain jurisdictions and data protection laws may require website owners to inform their visitors of cookies and ask for visitors’ consent to use them.

To learn how to add a cookie notice to your site, visit Adding a cookie consent banner.

We hope this guide helped you. If you have any questions, please contact our Support Team

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