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  • Managing cookies on your website: what you need to know

    Monday, October 19, 2020

     The way you manage cookies on your website is important from both a regulatory and a brand perspective. However, many website managers and digital teams regard cookie management as a necessary evil, something that they have to do to comply with laws and regulations and that the majority of users don’t actually care about that much. To be honest, we completely understand that  view – cookie management can get in the way of user experience with the ...

  • Exclude Cookiebot scan from your analytics

    Friday, October 2, 2020

    The Cookiebot scan process runs monthly and will visit every discoverable page on your site.  This will potentially cause a spike in your analytics reports if not filtered.This is simple to achieve in Google ...

  • SameSite Cookie changes

    Friday, March 6, 2020

    What Chrome 80's SameSite Cookie changes mean...With roughly two-thirds of the world-wide browser share, Chrome is easily the most popular web-browser in the world, so when they announce that they're changing how ...

  • Umbraco 8 and reasons to upgrade

    Monday, January 13, 2020
    Umbraco Gold Partner

    Umbraco 8 was launched in February 2019, and was 5 years in the making! Eagerly anticipated by 3chillies and the wider Umbraco community, the codebase was given a thorough and necessary clean-up, in order to make ...

  • Merry Christmas from the team at 3chillies!

    Thursday, December 19, 2019
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    A very merry Christmas 2019 from the team at 3chillies to all clients, suppliers and others – we wish you an enjoyable break and look forward to doing business with you in 2020.Just a reminder about our office opening ...

  • Simplify your website cookie management

    Friday, December 6, 2019

    3chillies have partnered with the cookie and online tracking consent solution experts Cookiebot, to offer a solution to make it easier for companies to live up to GDPR regulations, while also making these complex ...

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