The Privacy Suite for WordPress

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Assign WP Cerber cookies to the correct service

WP Cerber is a popular security plugin for WordPress websites. The plugin sets a number of cookies in the visitor’s browser, which are used to detect and prevent various types of malicious behavior. Due to this purpose, these cookies are set as ‘functional cookie’. As

Consent on Scroll or Time Out

Consent on Scroll or Time Out has long been the domain of Opt-out regions like the United States of America. Since the addition of Australia as a region, this has changed. Australia, although primarily an “Opt-in” region does allow for an implicit Opt-in after a

A Quick introduction to A/B Testing

This will be a quick introduction to enable and configure A/B testing, as well as understanding the statistics and what might be some follow-up actions. Before we start: The TCF banner cannot be tested due to strict IAB Europe Guidelines Enable A/B Testing Enable A/B

Cookie banner does not appear

A frequently asked question by new Complianz users is ‘Why is my banner not showing on the front-end of my site?’. Quite the disappointment if you have just fully configured the Complianz wizard and beautifully styled your Complianz cookie banner. Luckily, the solution is often

Questions about the CCPA

What rights does a Californian resident have?  If you are a California resident, you may ask businesses to disclose what personal information they have about you and what they do with that information, to delete your personal information and not to sell your personal information.

DNS Prefetching and GDPR

Some time ago, the question arose if DNS prefetching is GDPR proof (or any privacy law whereby prior consent is necessary e.g. DSGVO). Does something happen during prefetching that might constitute the sharing and/or storage of analytics or of the end-user? What is DNS Prefetching?

Cross-domain cookie consent

From 4.6.7 on, premium and multisite users can enable cross-domain cookie consent* For multisite users. This is done under Complianz settings. For premium users, please read the below instructions. *For the time being, this is only available for subfolders, with subdomains being available in the

Placeholders for iFrames

From 4.6.11 onwards, you can also use consent shortcode wrappers. An instruction can be found here. From 6.0 onward you will be able to add your placeholder in the script center directly You’re able to block iFrames with Complianz with the built-in script center. (under

Elementor, reCaptcha and the Native Form

When configuring our plugin with the easy wizard, you will be prompted to check integrations, which are not yet scanned or found by Complianz. Sometimes you will need to enable reCaptcha if it is not prechecked by default, of course, only if you use reCaptcha

Enable consent on async javascript without script center

If you’re using a code manager outside of Complianz to add javascript, for example, a Remarketing Pixel from Google, you need to add some code to enable consent for javascript that uses asynchronized loading. NB. With code managers outside of Complianz, we mean either adding code

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