A couple of new additions to the CookieBar plugin

In the last month or two there's been increasing demand for new features on jQuery CookieBar. So I took some time out of my hectic schedule to update it!

Fixed to bottom

While some users are happy to play around with the CSS file, there are some who are not. So for those looking to fix CookieBar to the bottom of their website instead of the top, there is a new option, "bottom". Set to true, along with the "fixed" option. Also do your best to avoid chuckling at the new option's name.

Accept on continue

Some want to take users' continued use of their website as acceptance of cookies, instead of relying on the "I understand" button. So we've added a new option called "acceptOnContinue". When set to true, the first time someone visits your website, they will see the CookieBar plugin. If they then navigate to a different page, the plugin sees this, and takes it as the user accepting cookies. From this point onwards, the plugin will not show.

jQuery CookieBar

Please do get in touch if you have any questions or want to request new features. If a feature is requested enough, chances are it will make it into the next update!

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Posted by Ant on the 3rd July 2014 at 8:43am. (2 comments)

Tags: jquery, javascript, cookiebar, tools

Comments

  • Marco, 4th June 2015 at 1:54pm:

    Thank you! Simple and effective, even for non-WP websites!

    It would be great to have an option to set the auto-enable feature activated when the user just scroll the pages or click anywhere outside the cookie bar.

    Since the Italian law that is effective from June 2 is very restrictive, there are many potential users for this plugin!

    All the best,

    Marco

    • Ant, 4th June 2015 at 2:28pm:

      Hi Marco. Since the change to Italian law I've had this request quite a lot. I'm looking to add this feature in an update sometime next week.

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