- PremiumAndrew RussellApril 22, 2020 @ 1:15 am
We use Google Analytics which is setup via the Google Sitekit plugin.
and Google reCaptcha v3 which is setup by Contact Form 7.
Is there a way to control these via the GDPR plugin.
The only option I see is the option for the GDPR plugin to enable or disable scripts which you have to add, rather than existing.
JonMoove AgencyApril 22, 2020 @ 12:13 pm
Thanks for using our plugins.
The GDPR Cookie Compliance could manage the cookie scripts defined in the plugin settings. The scripts created by other plugins could not be blocked.1
1. For Google Analytics you can remove the Google Sitekit plugin and insert the Google Analytics tracking script to GDPR Cookie Compliance -> Third Party -> Header scripts. Alternatively, you can contact the Google Sitekit support team for guidance in order to make their plugin GDPR compliant.
2. reCaptcha for Contact Form 7, this is also out of our control, but even if we were able to block the reCaptcha script, your contact forms stop working without a captcha.
An option could be to mark the reCaptcha as “strictly necessary” and keep the strictly necessary always on (users can’t disable it)
Hope this makes sense.AuthorPostsViewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
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