- firstname.lastname@example.orgJanuary 17, 2020 @ 9:23 am
great plugin, in love it. But i have a question on 3rd party cookies:
Pressing OK in banner does NOT allow cookies, since the user is required to manually ENABLE them before hand. Nobody will do that, since it invokes many clicks. It is allowed to NOT set cookies, but to do so, AFTER the user clicked OK (since there is legal notice AND the option to opt out). Currently, pressing OK disables cookies. Is there on option in invert the logic?
Basically: can i make 3rd pc behave like 1st (“always active”) but allow user to opt out ?
JanMoove AgencyJanuary 22, 2020 @ 7:44 am
Thanks for using our plugins.
The requested feature is part of the free plugin, you can find the option for this in GDPR Cookie Compliance settings -> 3rd Party Cookies tab -> Default status
Using this option, the banner will be visible for your users, they can manage the preferences and the 3rd party scripts will be loaded until they disable this in the settings screen.
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