• Resolved maushawk

    (@maushawk)


    Would it be possible for users to give granular consent to allow certain features to work that would otherwise be blocked if they reject all cookies?

    Specifically I want use Recaptcha on contact forms, but rejecting cookies causes the forms not to work. So I’d like to give users the option to opt in for Recaptcha’s cookies and not everything else.

    Currently if a user doesn’t opt in, the Recaptcha doesn’t load, the form can’t submit and it’s not obvious to the user that this is because they rejected cookies.

    I’ve added a line to the cookie banner to tell people they need to accept cookies for the forms to work, but most users don’t read cookie banners. They just assume the form is broken.

    Is there a link or something I can use to add an opt-in button manually on the contact forms? Even better if it can detect the user hasn’t opted in yet so it’s not shown to users who have accepted cookies.

    • This topic was modified 5 years, 2 months ago by maushawk.
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  • Plugin Contributor Aert Hulsebos

    (@aahulsebos)

    Hi @maushawk,

    Please read: https://complianz.io/google-recaptcha-and-the-gdpr-a-possible-conflict/

    Solutions are below. For categorizing cookies you can use Tag Manager or let the wizard handle the categorization, with our script center and cookie banner settings. For Tag Manager please read this instruction:

    https://complianz.io/configuring-categories-for-tag-manager/

    Let me know if you have any follow-up questions.

    Regards Aert

    Thread Starter maushawk

    (@maushawk)

    Thanks for the reply Aert.

    I’m using a combination of WPCF7 & Recaptcha v3, and a user registration plugin with Recaptcha v2.

    From the link above, this would be a suitable workaround:
    “Use: Accept Cookies as a link, or button, before the conditional load of ReCaptcha and/or submit button, so cookies have to be accepted before submitting the form.”

    I’m not sure what the Accept Cookies link should be? On the cookie banner it’s a button without a href so I can’t copy & paste it.

    I don’t use Tag Manager, should I be using it?

    Plugin Contributor Aert Hulsebos

    (@aahulsebos)

    Hi @maushawk,

    Sorry, I saw our post recognized it as a link. Which is good, but not readable:-)

    It’s <a class="cmplz-accept-cookies" href="#"</a>

    Tag Manager is an option, not necessary.

    Hope this helps,

    Regards Aert

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 2 months ago by Aert Hulsebos.
    Plugin Contributor Aert Hulsebos

    (@aahulsebos)

    Hi @maushawk,

    Did it work out? Or can we help?

    Regards Aert

    Thread Starter maushawk

    (@maushawk)

    Thanks for the help Aert. I created a shortcode to display the Accept Cookies link if the user has not accepted cookies, so I can place it anywhere I need it.

    Maybe this would be a useful addition to the plugin for similar cases where it blocks content but doesn’t show a notice automatically?

    Plugin Contributor Aert Hulsebos

    (@aahulsebos)

    Hi @maushawk,

    Thank you! Straight on the Dev. Backlog 🙂

    Regards Aert

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