A simple way to show how your website complies with the EU Cookie Law. Implied Consent. Style it to match your own website.
There's a lot of help available on the main plugin website. See:
First check you have installed the plugin and have activated it in the plugins panel. To check if it is switched on or not, go to 'Settings / Cookie Law Info' and then enable the header by setting 'Display cookie bar?' to 'yes'.
Please report a bug on the support forum. Be sure to include the following information:
The more information you give, the quicker I can respond.
This plugin will:
In short, no, although there is a great deal of ambiguity around this law. What the law really gets at is privacy, not just cookies. The UK government, Google and many other major websites use "implied consent" on their own websites, which is the same technique used by this plugin. Further reading: http://cookielawinfo.com/cookie-law-101/
No. Quite intentionally, this plugin will not do that. We have no way of knowing what plugins you use or how they work, so blocking/deleting cookies on a WordPress website/blog would possibly/probably break your site. Larger websites with huge budgets may well invest in such technology, but this plugin aims to help you provide a certain level of compliance without taking drastic action. If you do want blocking/deleting cookie functionality then (for now *) this is not the right plugin for you.
(*) Depending upon demand, this feature might be included in a future release.
Requires: 3.3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.13
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Active Installs: 200,000+
0 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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