WP DoNotTrack stops plugins/ themes from adding tracking code or cookies, protecting visitor privacy and providing performance and security benefits.
WP DoNotTrack stops plugins and themes from adding 3rd party tracking code and cookies to your blog to protect both your visitor's privacy, your own security (in the admin-pages) and offering performance gains (limiting requests executed in the browser to render your pages).
This plugin can be useful if you want to:
WP DoNotTrack uses (a slightly modified) version of jQuery AOP to catch and inspect elements (images, iframes and scripts) that are about to be added to the DOM and renders these harmless if the black- or whitelist say so. You can block 3rd party tracking for all you visitors, or just for those that have navigator.doNotTrack set to "1" or based on a browser cookie.
The "forced" and "SuperClean" modes use WordPress's output buffering to change the HTML slightly ("forced") or thoroughly ("SuperClean"). SuperClean uses Simple HTML DOM Parser to filter unwanted 3rd party code from the HTML.
Feedback is welcome; see info in the faq for bug reports/ feature requests and feel free to rate and/or report on compatibility on wordpress.org.
Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-8-21
1 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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