How to make my WIX website GDPR compliant


Wix is a platform for website creation. It allows users to create HTML5 websites and mobile sites through the use of online drag and drop tools.

It’s is a very useful tool for those who don’t have big knowledge on web design or the budget to pay someone to do it, in other cases the need for a fast and simple website just to present a project, a person or some product. The templates they offer help saving precious time since you don’t need to design your site, just adjust to your needs and taste. But remember that a good design is key to keep your customers engaged.

If your website is designed with Wix and you still don’t have a GDPR solution, we invite you to try GetComplied, the new standard in compliance. 


Attention: This tutorial only works if you have a premium Wix account otherwise you can’t add external codes.

Part 1 – Start with GetComplied

1.1 – Create an account

First of all, go to Create Free Account and register for free.

Create account GC

1.2 – Add your projects

add project ot getcomplied

On the projects section(1), click on the new(2) button.

Give a name to your project and click create.

Now you are in the edit mode of the added project.

Project editor

In the info section, you’ll have

  • Company details
  • Domain
  • DPO and project info fields.

Attention: It’s very important that the domain is correct or else it may cause problems loading the GetComplied form on your website, so make sure the domain (ex: is properly added.

In the settings section, you’ll choose:

  • The Languages your website is translated to
  • The default language of your website
  • The URL for your logo (You can find it on your website by clicking on your company logo and select “Copy Image URL”, then paste it in GetComplied)
  • The color in hex format (ex. #57BB82 )
  • And your email to notify you about new cookies on your website.

For now, let’s leave the project, click Save button and Close.

Let’s create some content to add, like policies and cookies.

1.3 – Create policies and add cookies


add policies to getcomplied

You need to create some policies and terms to show your customers what they have to agree when giving consent.

If you are not sure how to write strong “Terms and privacy” documents check this sample.

Click on the new policy button, choose a document name, the language you desire to edit (note that when you want multiple languages you have to edit both of them, ex: you want to add French and English, so you chose French and edit in French, then chose English and edit in English) and if it’s required or not (the required refers if it is mandatory for the user to use the website). Once you’ve completed editing your policy click save, publish and close.

Policy editor



add cookies to getcomplied

To add cookies the process is similar to policies.

Click on new cookie, choose the name for the cookie, setup if is a session cookie or the duration of it. Add the purpose of the cookie. For example “Functionality” for an Asp-Session cookie. If it’s a required cookie tick that option. Write a description for your cookie (For more than one languages is like the policies ex: you want to add French and English, so you chose French and edit in French, then chose English and edit in English), save, publish and close.

If your website starts to use more cookies you’ll be notified by email.

Note: To be notified you need to fill the email textbox on Projects > Edit project > Settings.

Cookie editor

1.4 – Policies, cookies, and Platforms

We have created cookies policies, its time to add them to your project. We also have to add third-party platforms your website may have (ex: google analytics, Google Adwords). GetComplied has more than 400to integrate.

Go back to projects and click Edit on the desired project.

Go to Policies. And click add.

add policies to project in getcomplied

Add all the policies you created early

Then the process is the same for cookies.

Click add and select the cookies you just created.

add cookies to project in getcomplied

Now, let’s add the platforms your website use. Go to platforms click add and chose the ones you use.

The image below shows the analytics example.

third-party paltforms

Click on analytics, for example, to add or don’t add anything if you don’t use any third parties. You can now save and close your project.

Part 2 – Install GetComplied on your WIX Website

2.1 – On your Wix dashboard, go to “Manage Website

wix manage website

2.2 – Then click “Tracking and analytics”

wix tracking and analytics

2.3 – Now click “New Tool” then “Custom”

Add snippet to wix

2.4 – When you click custom a textbox will appear.

2.5 – Go back to GetComplied and copy the code snippet.

getcomplied code snipet

2.6 – Now just copy the text from GetComplied code to the textbox on Wix and save.

If you go to your page now GetComplied should pop-up and it’s ready to start collecting your customers’ compliances.


And that’s it. This easy now your customers will see your terms, cookies and everything your WIX website need consent to be used compliantly.

If you need help!

We have a youtube channel and other tutorials that might help.

If you still have any doubt about adding Getcomplied to you Wix website make sure you contact us either on social media or by email to

We also have a live chat, feel free to talk with us!

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