First-party cookies vs third-party cookies: What’s the difference?
Let’s start with the basics. First-party cookies are small packets of data issued by your website every time a user visits your platform directly. This data includes aspects such as logins and usernames, user behaviour and language settings.
First-party cookies make your web browsing experience more comfortable. Without them, a website would treat you like a first-time visitor every time you load a new page. For example, without first-party cookies, you would not be able to buy multiple items at the same time because the cart would reset after every item that was added.