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  • #1144458

    Hallo,
    die Frage, die hier gestellt wurde interessiert mich auch:

    Ich fühle mich etwas im Regen gestehen lassen. Ihr habt zwar unglaublich viele neue Optionen in eure Sektion “Privacy & Cookies” eingebaut aber nirgendwo finde ich eine Erklärung, eine Demo wie man das am besten umsetzt.
    Auch eure Doku —– nur Worte – nirgendwo etwas Praktisches, nirgendwo eine Anleitung.
    Das finde ich ziemlich enttäuschend.
    Frage: Bitte zeigt dochmal wie genau man die neue Cookie-Bestimmung umsetzt – in einem praktischen Beispiel!

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    Hello,
    the question that was asked here interests me too:

    You have added an incredible number of new options to your “Privacy & Cookies” section, but nowhere can I find an explanation, a demo on how best to do this.
    Also your documentation —– only words – nowhere something practical, nowhere a manual.
    I find that quite disappointing.
    Question: Please show me exactly how to implement the new cookie determination – in a practical example!

    Thanx
    Maren

    #1145596

    Hey Maskenzauber,

    Thank you for the inquiry.

    Its not allowed to set any cookies before the user opt in.

    In the Enfold > Privacy & Cookies panel, look for the “Enable cookie consent messages” and set it to “Enable and show message bar”. This will enable the consent bar and give users the option to allow cookies, or not. You can then set the “Default Cookie and Services Option Settings” to the third option. All cookies will be disabled on page load and users have to opt in first to allow services such as youtube videos and google maps. This should satisfy the above regulation.

    Best regards,
    Ismael

    #1148922

    Hi,

    I ve done this setting. (Version 4.6.2 ).

    However:

    I think I need a solution where visitors can also immediately opt in also for videos and other 3rd party cookies.
    E.g. best would be several checkboxes that user can see in parallel. ( See. e.g. Cookiebot)

    Otherwise I see issues in offering e.g. OpenStreetMap maps and other 3rd party services.
    Because if they would simply click “OK” with this – as per law – now all other cookies that are not “necessary” or for tracking (And this will be the case for 3rd parties) have to be disabled.

    So I need to dissable all 3rd party cookies if no consent, and consent must be really done – so must be on first page and I need to explain that they should check the box….

    Further: now the Video (youtube etc) is disabled per default, if user clicks ok.
    Nevertheless, if there is on some youtube video in a post included via iframe, this is not blocked, cookies are set.

    So all the solution in Enfold seem not to work for iframes.

    My current draft solution for one case:
    I disabled a map view on the start page, by writing javascript, but this has disadvantage that re-load of site is needed, that is not done currently => After accepting, user cannot see the maps, has to do manual reloads.

    So basically, I see currently only one option to put manually into each iframe something like this.

    <script>
    function findCookie(name) {
    // Split cookie string and get all individual name=value pairs in an array
    var cookieArr = document.cookie.split(“;”);

    // Loop through the array elements
    for(var i = 0; i < cookieArr.length; i++) {
    var cookiePair = cookieArr[i].split(“=”);
    /* Removing whitespace at the beginning of the cookie name
    and compare it with the given string */
    if(name == cookiePair[0].trim()) {
    // Decode the cookie value and return
    return decodeURIComponent(cookiePair[1]);
    }
    }

    // Return null if not found
    return null;
    }

    if(findCookie(‘aviaCookieConsent’))
    {
    // aviaCookieConset found, so basically cookies accepted
    document.write(“<iframe id=\”OSmap\” width=\”425\” height=\”350\” frameborder=\”0\” scrolling=\”no\” marginheight=\”0\” marginwidth=\”0\” src=\”https://www.openstreetmap.org/export/embed.html?bbox=16.256686449050907%2C48.16136234017727%2C16.26558065414429%2C48.16589936655981&layer=mapnik\” style=\”border: 1px solid black\”></iframe><br/><small>Größere Karte anzeigen</small>”);
    }else
    {
    // either first time on page or cookies not accepted
    document.write(” <br><br><br>Accept Cookies to show our location in OpenStreetMap <br> and reload the page !”)
    }
    </script>

    #1149047

    Update ad “After accepting, user cannot see the maps, has to do manual reloads.”

    have installed new version 4.6.3.1, -> this is solved here, now there is a setting to force a relaoad (even with a window indicating this) when user accepts cookies.

    Rest of comments remain as far as I can see.

    #1149691

    Hi,

    Thank you for the update.

    I think I need a solution where visitors can also immediately opt in also for videos and other 3rd party cookies.

    You can definitely use the modal popup window for that. Set it to display as a page popup or include it in the consent bar so that users can access it when necessary. You can include the necessary privacy shortcodes in a single tab if you want to streamline the consent process and make it easier for your users to toggle their preferred cookies or services.

    Best regards,
    Ismael

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