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  • That was it! Forgot about its existence πŸ™‚
    Thank you for the help Osckar!




    I have the same issue, did this get fixed?


    Thanks @jessepearson for the reply. I have not been able to find a plugin yet. There are topics elsewhere that mention that “Taxonomy image plugin” with a twist to the code works…but so far I haven’t even managed to understand how to use it without the twist πŸ™‚

    Hi @linux4me2,

    Thanks for your suggestion. My issue with that solution would be that it doesn’t look/feel professional enough for me, that’s all. As for code, my problem is I can’t write it from scratch myself, I’m more of a reverse engineering type of person, in the sense that I’m happy playing around with the php and ccs files and testing things out as long as I have a snippet or similar code…so far I haven’t been able to find a similar code…

    Hi @ryanr14,

    Thanks for your answer. What do you mean by embed an image exactly? embed it where?
    I do use some of the attributes for filtering but this will not be one of them. I find this attribute table a neat way to have the characteristics of the product clearly displayed in one place.


    I am, they’re responsible for the tk_ai and tk_qs, but don’t admit to the rest…

    Hi Steve,

    Thanks for the answer.
    My homepage triggers some of these, going to the individual product pages (e.g. you get the rest.

    Interesting you say wordpress core doesn’t set tk cookies, then it must be another Automattic component since they do mention tk_ai and tk_qs in their cookie policy (

    I was hoping not to have the site down as no site=no business, and thought someone out there has the answer πŸ™‚ but will do if I absolutely must.


    I’m sorry but I’m getting the feeling that you haven’t even read post/question…are you trying to tell me that these cookies are not by wordpress itself but by some themre or plugin? I know for sure that at least two of these ARE by wordpress itself.

    I have been through all you mentioned above and used the tools etc., my problem here is not how to get compliant. My problem is that wordpress which I built my website on deploys cookies that I have to declare to my visitors and provides zero info about what these are and do.

    Everything you mentioned in your answer does absolutely nothing to change that. Helping me write a privacy policy doesn’t solve this issue. And unfortunately not everyone building a website with wordpress is a developer. I’m not.

    So I’m asking one more time: Can someone who knows code and knows or can figure out the function of these cookies please help me?


    Sounds awesome! Thanks! That should take care of a big chunk of fickling with code that I was dreading.
    I’ll do what you advised in your answer for now and wait for the WP plugin(s).

    Thanks again,

    Alright, I’ll wait. Thank you for your help.


    No, I have not. Had no idea I had to. Do I have to? (as I mentioned earlier minimal coding knowledge…).
    I have reverted the change on my site since it didn’t work, that’d probably explain why you don’t see it.
    What do you suggest I try next then? Apply the change to both line 78 and 22? (Referring to line numbering on github)


    Can you give us a code example on how you are β€œtagging” the script that is setting the cookie?
    1. Went into the report and selected this:
    fr HTTP 3 months
    First found URL:
    Cookie purpose description: Used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.
    Initiator: Script tag, page source line number 280

    2. Went to the URL above, view page source and found line 280:
    280 <script>
    281 fbq(‘init’, ‘917314418431527’, {
    The function was a bit above that at line 273:
    272 <script type=’text/javascript’>
    273 !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s){if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod?
    274 n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)};if(!f._fbq)f._fbq=n;

    3. Went into my WordPress admin page, plugins –> editor, selected Facebook for Woocommerce, found the exact same function lines in facebook-commerce-pixel-event.php, looked like this:
    <script type=’text/javascript’>

    4. Changed the top line there <script type=’text/javascript’>, to <script type=’text/plain’ data-cookieconsent=’marketing’> and saved.

    5. Cleared caches, refreshed pages, tried a few times with marketing not selected in the banner, and a few with it selected, and didn’t manage to get the plugin set at all.

    Is the Google Map an iframe or a JS call ?
    According to the cookiebot report, iframe.


    Hi Cookiebot team, and thanks for the answer.
    Unfortunately changing the event type didn’t work for me. The cookie I try to control becomes always disabled regardless of choice in the banner.

    Does language matter? the fact that my site is in Norwegian and that’s also the language I use Cookiebot in? Shouldn’t, right? code is code.

    Another question that arises here is: How about widgets? I tried to test this out on another cookie just to be sure, and by coincidence tried NID set by Jetpack contact info widget with an imbedded Google map. As far as I understand, it’s that Google map that results in NID being set. How do I handle those?

    I feel like I’m digging such a deep hole with this GDPR business, that I won’t be able to come out of it when/ if done πŸ˜€


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