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1 month 1 week ago #1077 by GB
GB created the topic: 3rd pary cookies
hello Richey, thanks for your eprivacy extension.

Very much i be thrown out of Joomla, is there a conflict somewhere?

And can you explain something to the 3rd pary cookies explanation, because they are not removed now. i am using php 7.0.1
Do I have to enter all menu-urls of my page with user manager in the plugin?

thank you for answering!

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1 month 1 week ago #1081 by michael
michael replied the topic: 3rd pary cookies
My extension cannot remove 3rd party cookies, but it can prevent them from being set.

This is because of a browser restriction called the "Same Origin Policy" - I cannot touch a google.com cookie, and Google cannot touch a richeyweb.com cookie.

My plugin can prevent the google.com cookie by not loading the plugin or module that causes the cookie - but once the 3rd party cookie is present, my plugin cannot touch it.

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1 month 1 week ago #1082 by GB
GB replied the topic: 3rd pary cookies
Oke Thank you for answer. I shall read your explaination again from the 3rd cookies, because I saw no warning. I am a bit confused what to do.

And this.... much i be thrown out of Joomla, is there a conflict somewhere?

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1 month 1 week ago #1083 by michael
michael replied the topic: 3rd pary cookies
I don't understand what you are asking

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1 month 1 week ago #1084 by GB
GB replied the topic: 3rd pary cookies
I am sorry for my ambiguity.

i mean this part of your explanation, in the 3rd party cookies configuration. I have php version 7.0.1

"If your server runs PHP 5.3 or greater and PHP Reflection is included with your PHP installation, then you have some options for preventing 3rd party cookies. Those on GoDaddy Shared Hosting - add "AddHandler x-httpd-php5-3 .php" to your .htaccess file and you'll be switched to PHP 5.3 with the proper Reflection classes.

The plugin configuration will inform you if your server is not capable of handling this configuration. Within the "Advanced Options" slider, look for this message "Your system lacks the PHP Reflection classes; as a result, this feature is not available on your server."

If you don't see that message, then you'll be presented with an option to select a "View Level". Stop here, you have some configuration to do within the "User Manager"."

Can you help me with that?

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1 month 1 week ago #1085 by michael
michael replied the topic: 3rd pary cookies
I give screenshots on how to set this up here:

gdpr.richeyweb.com/eu-e-privacy-directive?showall=&start=7

And a description of what must be done to plugins and modules here:

gdpr.richeyweb.com/eu-e-privacy-directive-advanced

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