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  • Resolved Nancy

    (@nancy10199)



    Hi there,

    I have two issues with the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in Europe.

    1. The first is simple – the new GDPR banner u added is overlapping the screen on small cp like a Samsung S4.

    2. The second is more important – how can we add a link to our privacy policy / impressum in the footer of the amp pages? Because without a link to the privacy policy / impressum on the amp pages, the plug-in does not comply with european law!

    Cheers

    Nancy

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Contributor ampforwp

    (@ampforwp)

    Hello @nancy10199

    1- can you please send me the screenshot of the issue you are facing in Samsung s4 mobile device? have you checked on another mobile device?

    2- You can add a link in footer by using AMP footer menu

    Nancy

    (@nancy10199)

    Sent to your email.

    Another issue appeared – if the pop-up switched on the amp navigation menu is not working anymore on Apple IPhone 5.

    Hi,

    I checked it on different websites (different hosters, themes, plug-ins) now and on all the same problem – AMP Navigation is not working on IPhone 5 & maybe not at all on Apple?

    Plugin Contributor ampforwp

    (@ampforwp)

    Hello @nancy10199

    Can you please contact me on team@magazine3.com so I can personally debug the issue you are facing and will solve it for you.

    Sent u the mail again … 🙂

    Plugin Contributor ampforwp

    (@ampforwp)

    Hello @nancy10199

    Thank you, I will personally look into it there and will solve it for you.

    I am surprised that only we seem to have these problems:
    On Apple iPhone5 (Safari & Chrome) the GDPR pop-up does not appear
    Navigation does not work when GDPR pop-up is enabled
    Both design 2 – in design 1 at least the navigation on the iPhone works.

    I have now tested it on 5 different websites. Same problems everywhere.

    I am now afraid that we will have to switch off all AMP pages today.

    I could solve the problem by adding

    #ampforwpConsent {
    display: inline;
    }

    in the custom css.

    Cheers

    Nancy 🙂

    Plugin Contributor ampforwp

    (@ampforwp)

    Hello @nancy10199

    Good that the piece of CSS works for you.

    If you have any more issues the let me know.

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