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  • Resolved mengeco



    is it possible to display cookies in 4 columns (in a table):
    1) Name
    2) Domain
    3) Lifespan
    4) Use

    Which makes it possible to respond to the GDPR
    (and this is what the Avada theme displays)


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  • Plugin Author RogierLankhorst


    Hi @mengeco,

    These columns are not a requirement of the GDPR: the cookie policy we show is sufficient for the GDPR.

    Columns 1, 3 and 4 are already in the policy. With column 2, domain, you probably refer to first or third party status of a cookie? In our policy, you will see below a cookie a “sharing” heading. A third or second party cookie will have the privacy policy below it. A first party will have the “we do not share any data” below it. This line will tell visitors if and how data is shared by this cookie.

    Let me know if this answers your question.

    Plugin Author RogierLankhorst


    Something I just thought of: if it’s mainly the layout and html you want to change, you can change the templates of the cookie policy by copying the files

    from the templates directory to a new folder “complianz-gdpr”. Then you can change the html structure in any way you want. For example, you can put the “sharing” section into a fourth column.

    To see the full instructions, please see this article:

    Plugin Author RogierLankhorst


    Hi @mengeco,

    Did this work for you? If not, let me know!

    Thank you for your precise feedback, but these tests take a long time. I will test later and get back to you if necessary.

    Your solution is really very good but the ideal solution (for me) is integrated into the Enfold theme (I spotted an example that uses it:

    Plugin Contributor Aert Hulsebos


    Hi @mengeco,

    I had a quick look. As far as tables go, I personally don’t prefer to scroll sideways on mobiles, nor do I like to rearrange tables for responsive purposes, because it will diminish the readability of the information, as most tables are built to be read/scanned from left to right, top to bottom. With 5 columns, it’s pretty hard getting it to mobile nicely.

    That being said, it won’t hurt to have a look at how we can improve our own tables/UX. Thanks for the example and feedback!

    regards Aert

    Your plugin is already very professional, I think it should be at the top of the WordPress offer
    Thanks again for the free version and your support

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