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EU Cookie Policy Pro + Auto Cookie Detection (SW6)

EU Cookie Policy Pro + Auto Cookie Detection (SW6)

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  • 1.2.1
  • 19 Mar 2020
  • de_DE en_GB
  • from ACRIS E-Commerce GmbH
  • 6.1.0 – 6.1.5
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Improves the EU Cookie Policy compliant use of your webshop.


Since Shopware 6 can not prevent cookies from external scripts (eg Google Analytics) and thus tracking is also possible without accepting, this plugin is nevertheless urgently needed.


Features

  • Non-functional cookies of the shop domain are only allowed in the shop as soon as the user accepts the cookie hint.
  • The cookie hint allows the user to activate / deactivate single cookies or whole cookie groups individually.
  • Cookies unknown to the plugin will be recognized automatically. These can then be titled by the shop owner and activated for selection in the store. Publicly known cookies (such as Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, Amazon Pay, Livezilla, Cloudflare, Emarsys and many more) are automatically added to the cookie hint.
  • Cookies are automatically assigned to the recognized sales channel and only displayed there in the notice.
  • In the plugin settings you can switch between two layout options (Classic cookie note and modal window - since version 1.1.0).
  • Shop customers can adjust cookie settings after accepting (to set up the feature, see the installation instructions).
  • Buttons "Accept only functional cookies" and "Accept all cookies" can be to the note by plugin configuration if required.


Technical functioning

The plugin recognizes all cookies set via HTTP or via Javascript from an internal (e.g., Shopware CSRF token) or externally loaded script (e.g., Google Analytics). All cookies that are not set for the shop domain and set by an external loaded resource (eg iFrame integration) for an external domain (eg www.paypal.com) can not be recognized by the plugin due to the same origin policy (browser security guidline) and can not be prevented. As an example, this concerns payment bindings loaded via iFrames (e.g., Paypal Express Shopware plugin).


Please note

The Plugin manufacturer assumes no liability for the complete DSGVO conformity and no claim to legal certainty can be asserted. In particular, it should be noted that each case is to be considered separately and does not replace individual legal advice.


Contact

You have any questions about the plugin or are you looking for an e-commerce specialist to realize your individual shop projects or requirements? Our qualified and highly motivated e-commerce experts will advise you.


ACRIS E-Commerce GmbH
Am Pfenningberg 60
4040 Linz / Austria
www.acris.at

office@acris.at


Office: +43 720 303750
Mo-Do 8-17:00 Uhr / Fr 8-13:00 Uhr

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Highlights

  • Recommended for every webshop to improve the EU Cookie Policy
  • Enable / disable single cookies or cookie groups in the shop
  • Automatic cookie detection
  • Cookie administration and grouping of cookies by functional groups
  • Individual styling of the cookie groups in the plugin config

Features

  • Selection of the cookies in the storefront
  • Change between modal window (since version 1.1.0) and classic cookie notice
  • Cookies are only allowed after acceptance in the shop
  • Automatic cookie detection per language- or subshop
  • Cookies backend administration

FAQs

  • Will non-functional cookies be active in the store before the user accepts them? No. Non-functional cookies do not become active until the user clicks "Accept cookies". Before cookies are prevented by the plugin in the shop according to the EU Cookie Policy.
  • Which cookies are set by the plugin itself in my shop? The following cookies are set by the plugin itself: * acris_cookie_acc (cookie of the plugin) * cookie-permission (Shopware Standard Cookie)
  • The button "Accept Cookies" should be hidden. With which setting can I do this? The button "Accept cookies" cannot be hidden for reasons of functionality. This button ensures that the user(s)* accept(s) the cookies selected in the privacy settings. If the button were to be hidden, he/she would no longer be able to make a selection and this function must be available. Alternatively the button Text in the text module administration can be renamed to "Accept selected cookies" (text module acrisCookieConsent.acceptOnlyFunctionalButton).
  • How can I find out which cookie is an unknown cookie ID? Basically, we recommend that you always first take a closer look at the plug-ins you are using. These often set cookies, which can then be easily titled. Furthermore, Google can also help with publicly known cookies. If the cookies cannot be identified, we recommend naming them in case of doubt, assigning them to a group but leaving them inactive. Cookies can also be set by bots or by browsers, they do not necessarily have to come from the system itself.
  • My shop has identified new cookies that are not automatically assigned - what should I do? The cookies found in the shop can come from the following sources: * Third party plugin * Embedded script on the page directly or via TagManager * An unwanted bot sets a cookie So please check your extensions and included scripts in the shop first. If you cannot assign the cookies, I would recommend you to name them, assign them to a group and leave them inactive in case of doubt. This way they will not be reported again, will not be shown in the cookie hint and will be blocked in the shop.
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Installation manual

Installation

The installation is done via the plugin manager.

If shop pages are called up after the activation of the plugin in the storefront, the automatic cookie recognition becomes active and yet unknown cookies become visible in the cookie backend settings. New cookies are assigned to one or more sales channels and have to be recognized in each one.

Important: Set the Shopware setting for the cookie mode to "Show only hint" for avoiding future problems.


Change cookie settings after accepting

In order for shop customers to be able to subsequently change the cookie notice, javascript: window.openCookieConsentManager(); must be entered at a shop page at "Link address". When clicking on the shop page in the footer, the cookie notice appears again.

Changelog

Version 1.2.1

Fixes an error on calling a group from a not assigned cookie on request.

Version 1.2.0

  • Adds the possibility to disable automatic cookie recognition.
  • Fixes an error when loading the cookie plugin on the page.

Version 1.1.2

Fixes a problem when loading cookies without assigned cookie group.

Version 1.1.1

Solves a JavaScript problem when using Internet Explorer.

Version 1.1.0

  • Inserts the possibility for the display of a modal window.
  • Adds excluded cookies to the list of accepted cookies.
  • Fixes problems in the administration where detected cookies are not created first for the default language.

Version 1.0.1

Fixes possible Java Script problems if no non-functional cookies are present.

Version 1.0.0

First plugin release

About the manufacturer

Shopware 6 Signet Shopware 6 ready ACRIS E-Commerce GmbH ACRIS E-Commerce GmbH Shopware Solution Partner Shopware Solution Partner 5 Certifications Developer SW5 0 Developer Advanced SW5 0 Template Designer SW5 0 Template Developer SW5 0 Developer SW6 1 Developer Advanced SW6 1 Template Designer SW6 2 Template Designer Advanced SW6 1 17 Extensions
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