I recently discovered that when cookie security is set to high, the user cannot add items to their shopping cart on our store. I did some research and found out that our cart software does not output a P3P Compact Policy in the header.

http://www.w3.org/P3P/2003/03-compact.html

Since we don't have access to the server-side controllers and templates, and our cart vendor does not provide a feature to write a P3P string, I need to put one in the HTML somehow. I read that you can put one in a META tag.

I have 2 questions about this:

1. Does the meta tag actually function as a P3P policy, or does it only serve to give a human readable version?

2. If I can use a META tag for my P3P policy string, how do I write it to take into account that I use Google Analytics?

Thanks