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  • Resolved barbarawebnauta

    (@barbarawebnauta)


    Hi,
    so far there was no need to upgrade it, and I’ve never had any problems. But how do we need now with GDPR? On arrival on the site, the user must not only confirm, now must CHOOSE which cookies to keep active, even none. I know that WordPress is preparing a release for 15/5, are you integrating with them?
    Thanks.

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  • I’d be very interested in finding out if there is going to be an upgrade to this too please.

    Plugin Author markwt

    (@markwt)

    Hi @barbarawebnauta , @suekay111

    We are working on GDPR compliance. Will be updating in couple of days.

    Thanks @markwt,
    I follow your upgrade!

    Hi
    I installed the latest version related to GDPR, but what are the new stuff about it?
    Thanks

    Hi,
    I installed too, but I can’t understand how it works!
    We must insert our wordpress cookie (why insert is like a post? I have SEO tools too!), then we have Reject button (what does it? block all cookies before navigate the site?), the [cookie_audit] that print a really bad (not nice) table below the message bar (how can I set colors of this cookie_audit?) and the [delete_cookies] that in this moment make it nothing (how can I set the url?)
    For me, in this moment, this isn’t GPDR compliance…

    Plugin Author markwt

    (@markwt)

    Hi @barbarawebnauta,

    Please check here in the section “The Cookie Audit Table” for styling audit table.

    We are storing a cookie “viewed_cookie_policy” for each activity ( accept / reject ). If user accepts, the value will be “yes”. If the user rejects, the value will be “no”. According to that site owner can restrict their cookies. Also, Reject will delete all the cookies that are stored in non-necessary category by the admin.

    Try below JS code in your site like this, here it will enable for GA ( Google Analytics ) if the consent is yes.

    <script type="text/javascript"
     src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery-cookie/1.4.1/jquery.cookie.min.js">
    var consent_value = $.cookie("viewed_cookie_policy");
    
            if (consent_value == 'yes')
            {
                enableGoogleAnalytics(); // enable GA inside this function
            }
        }

    Hi, thanks for the userguide, I don’t know it!
    For the script, I don’t know how to put it, my template is a buying product and I can’t put code myself. Why this script isn’t include in the plugin?
    Thanks.

    How can we set font colour for [delete_cookies]? It doesn’t appear like “Text Colour” for “Cookie Law Message Bar” (I have backgroud colour blue and font colour white, but [delete_cookies] is the default grey, unreadable) Thanks.

    “Also, Reject will delete all the cookies that are stored in non-necessary category by the admin.”

    Ok, I’m not stupid, I read this. But in this moment I have all my Cookie table full of Cookies with Sensitivity=non-necessary, and Reject doesn’t function!

    Plugin Author markwt

    (@markwt)

    @barbarawebnauta

    When user click on the “Delete Cookie” coming with [delete_cookie] shortcode, it deletes the consent cookie (viewed_cookie_policy). “Reject” will delete non-necessary cookies stored

    In-order to restrict the cookie according to the consent, you may need to render your script through our plugin settings page like in the screenshot (sample Google Analytics rendering according to the consent)

    “To delete non-necessary cookies stored, users can click on the “Delete Cookie” coming with [delete_cookie] shortcode.”

    Why in the section “Using the shortcode” of plugin I read:
    “[delete_cookies]
    This shortcode will display a normal HTML link which when clicked, will delete the cookie set by Cookie Law Info (this cookie is used to remember that the cookie bar is closed).” ??

    It seems that [delete_cookies] delete the only “viewed_cookie_policy” cookie, the cookie you set on accept.

    Or not?

    Plugin Author markwt

    (@markwt)

    @barbarawebnauta

    It was a mistake, updated the last reply

    Updated a reply isn’t serious.

    So, again, “Reject” will delete non-necessary cookies stored?
    Again: in this moment I have all my Cookie table full of Cookies with Sensitivity=non-necessary, and Reject doesn’t function!

    What? How?

    Plugin Author markwt

    (@markwt)

    @barbarawebnauta

    Cookie key will be identified with the Cookie ID: value you are adding in the cookie law in backend.

    Eg:- For Google Analytics, you may need to add

    _ga

    in the column of Cookie ID:

    Please check and let us know if any issues after that,

    barbarawebnauta: could you please be less agressive with the author please?

    Don’t forget that here plugins are free and authors do their best…

    Perhaps this plugins is a little bit tricky to be configured to achieve what you want but it has the merit of existing.

    Thanks

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