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  1. Nina you don't have to get rid of your google analytics! Here (http://www.civicuk.com/cookie-law/deployment#functions) is an example how to add and call an analytics function Try it out, it should work!
  2. Hi Nina, no problem but as i said, don't take me by the word, because i'm not sure if i understood it right i hope the people who will check our sites will understand it like i do, else we have a problem I hope i can give you the right answers. 1. Prestashop has it's own analitics, yes. And if you remove google analitics you don't need the approval for it, because you won't have it anymore. Our store saves only 1 cookie (the prestashop cookie) which is in my opinion for registration, cart and i don't know what else. Does anybody know anything more about it? 2. About facebook...i have no clue, sorry :/ we just have the like box (a module for prestashop) and it saves cookies only when you click on like or the link to our fb page. So that's why i understand, that we don't need approval, because it is not our site who sends the cookies automatically. 3. If the only cookies your page saves are the one from ps and analitics, then yes. I tried to check cookies on your site with cookie-checker, but it only gets me errors :/ but when i visit your site i only get the prestashop and the google analitics cookie, so i guess, if you remove analitics you only have the ps cookie left. 4. as to your next question...on slotech someone gave a link to another cookie check site, but it didn't work for me... we sent an email to www.3arh.com and they sent us an cookie analyse for our site. Try that. I hope you will get an answer, because it's already friday and almost 2 o'clock.. 5 and 6. Again i don't know, sorry. I read something about iframes on slotech (https://slo-tech.com/forum/t567170/0), but can't remember what it was i know it's a lot to read, but most of the people there, more or less, know what they are talking about, so i would recommend you to read trough it and maybe ask them Tasos, thanks for the link i didn't read i yet, 'cause i had too much work but i read the slovenian guidance book 3 times and it was no fun hehe Our store is www.ups2buy.com if you want to see what we did (so nothing lol except the cookie privacy page) and what we wrote. Oh Nina, if you want you can give me your email and i will send you our cookbook, 'cause i don't know where to find it, but you can also try to google it
  3. I'm checking sites for about 2 weeks now Most of them don't have anything or they don't have the "right" solution, because cookies are stored either way.. I think i figured that the civic module does work, but you have to change some settings for google analytics or add them, i'm not sure! When i checked another script (silktide) there was explained that some changes have to be made, your google analytics key or something like that inserted, that everything works like it should, maybe it is the same with civic. We don't use analytics so i didn't go further into this. About facebook..we have the facebook plugin like you tasos and it DOESN'T save any cookies when you visit our page, or yours, or any page with the plugin. It saves cookies when you click the like button or the link to the facebook page. Beacuse this is a 3rd party request not a 3rd party cookie and it is not saved by the page that has the plugin, but from facebook itself, when a new window is opened (if you are not logged in a new window opens). Well our "cookbook" doesn't say anything about 3rd party requests or at least i didn't find anything useful..but it says that facebook can "follow" registered users (for that you don't need approve, because you approve when you accept the facebook policy), but not users that are not registered on facebook. If i understand that right, if i use facebook there should be no problem, when i don't use it and that means i'm not logged in, a new window opens and cookies are stored from the new facebook window and this is not my problem anymore. Don't take me by the words, because it can be, that i didn't understand it right I didn't find anything useful about links to other pages..some say that this is not the problem of the site that has the link, i hope this is right, but as i said, i checked many sites and it works like this... I also send a request to a company that offers cookie analyse for free and the result was, that we have just that 1 cookie (from prestashop) for which you don't need approve. But in any case you have to add a cookies policy page! I hope i could help you and i really hope this is ok, else we all are screwed hehe Oh and another thing..many company's offer solutions (expensive solutions) that should be ok, but when you read the law i don't think that they really are ok..we all are getting grey hair with this law, 'cause no one really knows what is right and what they want...some say it is ok like this some say it is not
  4. Well i read the "cookbook" 3 times and it says that cookies that are necessary are allowed and in my opinion prestashop creates just that 1 cookie that is necessary, that the shop works properly.. but i'm still not sure if it is ok or not, because the "cookbook" and our law do not match entirely.. the script that silktide (http://silktide.com/cookieconsent) offers is nice, but has to be modified (just a few things) to match our law. That's my problem because i don't have a clue about this things I tried a few things, but couldn't modify everything. presta666 we have our own forum now, if you are interested http://www.prestashop.com/forums/topic/231183-pomoc-za-slovenske-uporabnike-prestashop/
  5. Hello shacker, your module is great! It's the only one i found this far, which corresponds to our law. There is only one thing i have to insert and didn't get to work like i want to..we must have a cookie information/policy link or button that opens the visitor a new page or pdf with our cookie policy. I managed to put in a button that opens a privacy page in the background of the module and the user can scroll up and down, but when he accepts cookies and then goes anywhere on our store the module appears again an he has to accept cookies again. Do you have any idea how i can do this, that this doesn't happen? Oh and one more thing..is there an option that i can insert an "change settings" button? Our law demands that the user can change the settings, if he wants to. Thanks in advance for your answer! Greetings, Sasha
  6. Yes, the "hacking" isn't that hard. But i figured out, that it saves cookies (for example google analitics, facebook) even if it is set to explicit if cookies are allowed and you then turn them off, it deletes some, but not all. I'm not sure if this is good enough for our law..i really liked cookie control, but it seems that i have to find another solution
  7. Thank you for your quick reply! I don't mind their link. Just wanted to know, if all the options you have are available in the free version The only thing i HAVE to change is the text on the buttons..it has to be in slovenian.. btw your site looks awesome!
  8. hi tasoschr, that's a great tool you found there! Thank you for the info One question..do you use the free or the paid version?
  9. Well that's ok, i just removed it and problem solved thanks again
  10. Great plugin, works perfect! Thank you! I have one question..is it possible to change the color of the background (where it says: find us on facebook) from light blue to another color?
  11. Ja hab denen jetzt geschrieben, dass ich wenigstens ne Antwort erwartet habe und hab sie dann auch bekommen. Ich hoffe es wird jetzt was daraus
  12. Hab mich beworben (ich bin der Meinung, dass ich alle Informationen angegeben habe) und bis heute noch keine Antwort bekommen. Anderen, die sich während der Zeit auch beworben haben, haben sie wenigstens geantwortet, dass was fehlt bzw. dass sie die Regeln nochmal durchlesen sollen, mir aber nichts.. Beim Provider werde ich wahrscheinlich nicht viel erreichen. Werde es dann noch bei project.honeypot versuchen. Wiedermal danke
  13. Muß sagen, dass ich von Bot-Trap echt enttäuscht bin! Bekomme von denen gar keine Antwort und muss mir jetzt anscheinend was anderes einfallen lassen.
  14. Also alles was verschiedene Schnüfler auf keinen Fall sehen sollen besser ganz auslassen (aus der robots.txt). Nochmals danke für deine Tipps
  15. Hab mich falsch ausgedrückt, sorry. Ich meinte z.B. was mann schreiben muss um ins Backoffice zu kommen (es wird ja empfohlen ,dass man das Original "/admin" oder wie es war, kann mich nicht erinnern, umbennent also in z.B. /gehtdichnichtsan um ins Backoffice zu kommen). Und weil ich ja nicht will, dass google www.meineseite.com/gehtdichnichtsan anzeigt, hab ich das in robots.txt eingeschrieben. Hab nur ein Projekt
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