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EU Cookie Law Compliance

Plugin to help you to make your wordpress installation to comply to the new cookie regulations in the EU.

7 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4 out of 5 stars
5 stars
weak
By ,

the popup is utterly irritating! Anyway to turn it of? Really thinking about that other EU compliant cookie plugin that's free.

2 stars
Cookies are enabled!......pop up
By ,

Whatever I do it keeps poping up Cookies are enabled/disabled....?!

It gets very annoying.

I left blank header and footer box as stated in one of previos emails, but keeps poping up...?

Otherwise could be a nice plugin...

5 stars
Great Plugin
By , for WP 3.5.2

Great plugin ;)

It was great if the "Deny" button could be disabled in the plugin configuration. Maybe you could add this function.

Keep the good work

5 stars
Great!...
By , for WP 3.4.2

This is a great, straight forward, easy to use plugin. Most of the issues mentioned in previous reviews are covered and resolved in the plugins support forum! :)

1 star
breaks in IE7
By , for WP 3.4.2

keeps repeatedly loading the popup after clicking 'deny' in IE7

5 stars
very easy to use
By , for WP 3.4.2

It's very rare i write reviews, but this little plugin is a simple solution to the EU cookie compliance issue. It's easy to install and does it's job perfectly.

Thanks

Priceyboy

3 stars
Good But....
By , for WP 3.4.2

This plugin does what it says, so no problem there. However it issues a popup that does get annoying if the visitor is using Firefox with certain settings enabled. In my initial tests the popup to say the cookies were enabled appeared every time I refreshed the page.
I have not yet tried it in Internet explorer as this is a sufficient problem to warrant both further investigation and possible removal.
The chances are that if someone is coming to your site with firefox and has the same settings I do they will not stay long. I SUSPECT (but could be wrong) its because I have blocked 3rd party cookies but then my site uses no 3rd party cookies as far as I know, except for this plugin
There are ways to comply with EU law without a popup and even if that changes then there must be ways to achieve the desired result without having this problem. No it is not an option to enable 3rd party cookies for me since I believe a well written plugin would have forseen this eventuality

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