Support » Plugin: GDPR Cookie Compliance (CCPA ready) » Does your plugin save “acceptance” data? How?

  • Resolved iltimpa2

    (@iltimpa2)


    Goodmorning, I’m looking for a cookie plugin that save the “acceptance data”. Is your plugin ready for this? If yes, where/how are the data stored?
    thank you

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  • Plugin Author Moove Agency

    (@mooveagency)

    Hi @iltimpa2

    Thanks for your email and for using our plugins.

    Our plugin has a pr3mium ‘Consent Log’ feature that you can see here:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/xyljmyia48xziwb/screenshot-36a.png?dl=0

    The data are stored locally in your site’s database. We don’t store any data about your users.

    Before purchasing our pr3mium plugin, we recommend trying the free version first.

    If you find that it works for you, you can purchase the pr3mium add-on to unlock new powerful features (includes 30 days money back guarantee):
    https://www.mooveagency.com/wordpress-plugins/gdpr-cookie-compliance/

    You can also watch the tutorial video here:
    https://vimeo.com/255655268 (gdpr)

    If you still have further questions, we have a dedicated support forum for this plugin here:
    https://support.mooveagency.com/forum/gdpr-cookie-compliance/

    Hope this helps.

    Thread Starter iltimpa2

    (@iltimpa2)

    Thanks for your kind answer. I’m testing the free version and I have a question. I do not understand how can I add a 3rd part cookie, for example youtube, if I need to show a video directly in my website or not. In the 3rd parts manage tab you ask to put the code or the snippet for all pthe pages, but I need to show a video only in one page. How can I add this particular cookie in the cookie banner?
    thank you

    Plugin Author Moove Agency

    (@mooveagency)

    Hi @iltimpa2

    Displaying youtube videos in a cookie-compliant way works slightly differently.

    You add your Youtube video to the page as you normally would, but you will need users to accept cookies first before the video starts playing (so youtube doesn’t drop cookies on the users computer without consent.

    This feature is called ‘iframe blocker’ and it’s also part of our pr3mium version:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/9t9wgphzo9kfyni/screenshot-34.png?dl=0

    Hope this helps.

    Thread Starter iltimpa2

    (@iltimpa2)

    ok, and what about a google map inclusion? I’m having problem to understand how your plugin works. Before the GDPR update I usually check cookie with a php string with a code snippet plugin that generate a short code. Then I paste that shortcode in the place where I need the map (or the social board for example). How can I have the same with your plugin? Sorry but I do not understand how the 3rd parts cookie and the cookie add tabs works.
    What should be written in “Paste your codes and snippets below. They will be added to all pages if user enables these cookies.”? Thank you.

    Plugin Author Moove Agency

    (@mooveagency)

    Hi @iltimpa2

    Google maps iframes work the same, either they will be blocked automatically or you can use one of the pr3mium shortcodes, more info here:
    https://support.mooveagency.com/topic/iframe-support-when-created-by-shortcode-or-javascript/

    You can also watch the tutorial video here:
    https://vimeo.com/255655268 (gdpr)

    Hope this helps.

    Thread Starter iltimpa2

    (@iltimpa2)

    Thank you for your answer. I’ll try. Anyway the problem I still see is about the single cookie chosen, because with your plugin I can propose to visitors only 2 cookies other then the technical, but if I have for example both youtube & google map iframes and facebook and/or insagram boards, I can’t use your plugin. Do you think you are going to upgrade for this issue?

    thanks again

    Plugin Author Moove Agency

    (@mooveagency)

    You can use our plugin to manage multiple cookies, it just needs to be setup correctly (you can use multiple scripts in each category/tab).

    Hope this helps.

    Thread Starter iltimpa2

    (@iltimpa2)

    Since I’m working on a customer website, maybe tomorrow I’ll buy a license, but if your plugin is what we are looking for, i’ll need to deactivate thie license to use it on other website and I’ll ask to the customer to buy one license buy himelves.
    Do you think is possibile do this?

    Thank you

    Thread Starter iltimpa2

    (@iltimpa2)

    I mean, is it possibile disconnect a license from a website after activation?

    Thread Starter iltimpa2

    (@iltimpa2)

    but above all, I need to undestand how your plugin works. I tried but at the moment I could not be able to use 3rd parts cookies tab.
    I have this situation, I need to include google drive iframe to let visible an excell file.
    what I have to set in your plugin tabs to check if visitors have accepted the cookies? Where I have to copy the iframe code and what else I have to set up?

    thank you

    Thread Starter iltimpa2

    (@iltimpa2)

    to comlete the situation, I need show a different iframe in every product page, but I need to show something else if the cookie are not accepted.
    Actually I’m using a custom shortcode that check if cookies are accepted, if yes I show the iframes, if not I show an image.

    How can I do the same with your plugin?

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by iltimpa2.
    Plugin Author Moove Agency

    (@mooveagency)

    Hi @iltimpa2

    We have a Help section inside of our plugin where you can find all useful information.

    ‘Iframe blocker’ functionality and associated hooks are only available in our pr3mium version:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/9t9wgphzo9kfyni/screenshot-34.png?dl=0

    You can activate and de-activate licences on the sites.

    Hope this helps.

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