To receive Cookie Consent, you should put a cookie banner on your website’s homepage. Users should be informed on what cookies are present and what information is going to be collected before they decide whether or not to accept cookies or modify them based on preferences. Your Cookie Banner should include all of that information so users can make an informed decision whether or not they want to share their personal data with the website they're visiting or to select only particular cookies.
However, that doesn’t include strict cookies that are vital for the website to work properly. For example, if a user is visiting an online shop, strict cookies must be accepted if the user wants to put any items in the shopping bag. Cookies are used to remember such information and store them. User consent is not needed for strictly necessary cookies.
It is important to note that users should also have the option to opt out of cookies at any time they want if your website wants to comply with the latest data privacy laws around the world, such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).