We will not proceed to detail the new regulations, as you know the General Data Protection Regulation is mandatory. To have a global idea of the changes in cookies , we give you the points that you should take into account in broad strokes:
From Webforever we have adapted our CMS to the new regulations, we remind you that it is your obligation to adapt / configure your website to the new regulations . At webforever we do not make adaptations to data protection, we only create a tool for this purpose.
Going into the matter, let's see what new functions we have incorporated into our CMS. Keep in mind that our CMS only uses technical cookies . And it is the inclusions of third-party code (scripts) that can add cookies of all kinds to our website, as a typical example that we all have:
In the initial data option we have added the Header tab, here We have moved the field from & nbsp; Additional instructions for the header tag as it is related to the new changes.
The management window opens. Here We will add each third-party script by categorizing it. Cookies are divided into these types:
You have to know what type of cookies generated by your third-party script, if not, you should check with your provider. & nbsp;
In this GIF we see how to add script, it is very simple, just copy and paste. Be concise and explicit in the information field . It is a brief explanation so that the user knows what handles the script to load if so accept it. In the example we add the most used third-party script: Google Analytics .
We also have to change / review the text that the warning user reads, for this we go to the LOPD or RGPD tab depending on your version of the CMS. We edit the text to notify cookies, we recommend consulting with your advisor on this matter. A typical example text could be this:
If your website only uses technical cookies, this would be another valid text, it has been extracted from the official website of the AEPD:
This web portal only uses its own cookies for technical purposes, it does not collect or transfer data from personal character of users without their knowledge.
However, it contains links to third-party websites with privacy policies other than that of the AEPD that you may be able to do. decide whether or not to accept when accessing them.
We have simplified it as much as possible, now navigators will see this window:
gall_ajustarclass in any HTML tag, click here; to test
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