cookie-cat v1.4.3 is now available to download from wordpress.org
This site is now running cookie-category v1.2.0 which has been tested with PHP 7.1 and WordPress 4.7.3.
The cookie-cat website has now been updated to WordPress 4.4
Almost exactly three years after its launch in May 2012, the cookie-cat site has been remodelled.
The cookie-cat plugin on has recently been reviewed. It appears there are some issues to address with regards to unauthorized passing of cookie information from the client website to the cookie-cat server. We are working to resolve these issues.
Cookies that have recently been mapped to plugins (during week 50) include.
Just to let you know that cookie-cat is going to be offline as it gets upgraded to WordPress 3.5 If your cookie catalog XML file contains a load of “unknown” values then please can you try again later.
Of the 1700 or so downloads of from only 10% have actually used the cookie-cat options page to load the most up to date cookie-cat XML file from this server. This is a blessing in disguise since the backlog of plugins to analyze is not increasing too dramatically BUT it has now exceeded 800.
It’s a slow and laborious process, even when partly automated, but this afternoon I analyzed approximately 50 plugins that start with the letter A and that cookie-cat users have active on their websites. I found 8 new cookies
Cookies that have recently been mapped to plugins (during weeks 27 and 28) include.
Cookies that have recently been mapped to plugins (during week 24) include
Cookies that have recently been mapped to plugins include
Version 1.1 of cookie-cat delivers a new feature that will enable your website to keep abreast of the latest information on cookies.
Version 1.1 of the cookie-cat WordPress plugin will be able to query the cookie-cat database of cookies, plugins and cooking to plugin mappings in order that cookie-cat can predict the cookies that your website may serve.
I am getting close to releasing version 1.1 of the plugin. I am currently alpha testing it on a number of sites; including and sites
I’m just about to update some plugins to add the ability to display custom columns (metadata) for the custom post types on the cookies, plugins and mapping pages.