Complianz Privacy Suite

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Get compliant today in the European Union and/or in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom with the only Privacy Suite that offers a fully-featured plugin for GDPR, DSGVO, PIPEDA, CCPA, COPPA and more!

Placeholders for iFrames

From 4.6.11 onwards, you can also use consent shortcode wrappers. An instruction can be found here. You’re able to block iFrames with Complianz with the built-in script center. (under Integrations). But preventing an iFrame from loading third-party cookies won’t strip the HTML from your website,

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

Changing the Google Maps Placeholder

Here’s how you can change your Google Maps Placeholder to match your location, and/or Google Maps style. First, a quick introduction on how placeholders are set. Video placeholders, like Vimeo, YouTube, and Dailymotion, are downloaded to your uploads folder based on your video thumbnail created

Embedding Vimeo videos privacy-friendly

Hosting videos with a third-party service like YouTube or Vimeo is a great way to stream videos on your website, without carrying the server load for every view. These services are mostly free and come with another price, which is sharing your website’s visitor behavior

Changing the default Social Placeholders

The default placeholder for social widgets and other iFrames is a single image in 3.0.10 and under. For 3.1 onwards we will split this into dedicated placeholders for the most popular socials widgets, like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. The default dedicated placeholder for Instagram looks

Customizing the blocked content placeholder image

Complianz GDPR cookie consent will block content from third party services like Youtube, Facebook, Linkedin, etc, to prevent these services from placing tracking cookies. The consequence is that there will be an empty space in your site where the video or other content usually is.

Blocking reCaptcha & Editing the Placeholder

Update: September 1st 2020 The wizard now has a new question. We will now explicitly ask if you want to block reCAPTCHA. The number of different integrations makes universally blocking reCaptcha difficult without causing issues. If you don’t block reCaptcha, please read the article below

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