GDPR Frequently Asked Questions

The new European Union’s law GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is designed to improve your visitors’ privacy right.  Below are some of the questions that you may have about GDPR and our products.

What tools do you offer to help me comply with GDPR?

Our themes and plugins do not collect any data from your visitors and this functionality is usually provided by WordPress itself or by 3rd party plugins.

In WordPress 4.9.6, several tools were introduced to help sites meet the requirements of the new European Union’s laws. You can read more about this update here.

Do your themes or plugins track any personal data of my visitors?

No. Our themes and plugins do not collect any personal data from your visitors.

What data do you collect using the Pixelgrade Care plugin?

Pixelgrade Care plugin is an in-house system that helps you manage your licenses and get support. It only collects non-sensitive diagnostic data and usage information about your site, to allow us to provide better assistance when you reach us through our support system. It doesn’t collect any data about your visitors.

Are Google Fonts GDPR compliant?

The Google fonts API s designed to limit the collection, storage, and use of end-user data to only what is needed to serve fonts efficiently (eg. IP addresses are not logged). You can read more about the data Google collects, stores, and uses in connection with Google fonts on Google Fonts Support → Frequently Asked Questions

Another reference that provides even more context can be found on’s website at Google Fonts and GDPR: Does it work?

As an alternative, if you want to load fonts locally, you can do it manually by downloading the fonts and applying them using the Fonto plugin.

Updated on October 14, 2022

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