Open the root page in the List module to find the Cookie Consent Configuration.
BE View of Cookie Consent Configuration
You can choose the site(s) the cookie consent should cover. In a multi-tree-backend it is possible to have a separate cookie consent configuration for every root.
If you enable statistics, the chosen cookie consent gets collected in the Cookie Statistics backend module.
You can link your imprint and datapolicy pages to be linked in the consent modal.
Imprint and datapolicy to appear in Cookie Consent modal
You can edit header and hint-text, that will appear above the single cookies.
Configuration of Cookie Hint
Cookie Hint in FE
Creating new cookies
When you create new necessary cookies, they will get listed in the cookie consent modal in the frontend. The user will not be able to uncheck the boxes for the necessary cookies, but you can provide the names, purposes and duration of those cookies.
Create new cookies
By creating a new cookie-category, you can create the checkboxes for the single cookies and collect them in groups (e.g. the cookies of YouTube, Vimeo and Googlemaps get collected in the group “external media”). By creating a new option you get a new group. Inside this option you create new cookies.
The user can accept the whole option (e.g. all of “external media”) or select a single cookie inside this option (e.g. only “YouTube”).
Cookie Options in the FE
Important information: Beware, that the cookie options shown in the cookie consent modal have no effect yet. To properly block and allow cookies, a developer needs to work with the event listeners (s. developer section).
The Cookie Consent Frontend Plugin
When you place the frontend plugin on a page, a button will appear in the frontend, that opens the cookie consent modal. The user can change the cookie consent settings and save them anew.
Example for Cookie Consent FE Plugin
The Cookie Consent Statistics Backend Module
To see statistics here you need to have statistics enabled in the cookie consent configuration.
example statistics in the backend module cookie consent statistics
At the moment the data collected shows the percentage of users, that clicked accept all versus those, who only accepted single cookies.