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I wanted to start this thread to see what others are doing to make sure they are compliant with GDPR.
Basically, a ton of websites are built on WordPress and I am seeing tons of plugins being rolled out to help with cookie compliance etc.
Processwire however, doesn't have anything available. Also, if we are using FormBuilder, do we need an opt-in checkbox?
If I have two PW sites that sit in separate folders, I can't be logged-in in both sites.
If I login to project-a, then also login to project-b, get back to the first site, I have to login again.
Is the cookie / session mechanism storing my domain? If it does, and it's meant to be some sort of security enhancement, it should not check my domain, but root-URL of the PW-installation. (strangely, this doesn't happen on localhost)
Is it possible to prevent that behavior? Often I have two sites open (e.g. check to see if I have the same CKEditor setup and quickly copy and paste it, or copy a user-role)
I have a client who wants to have a modal pop up box (i'm using the Zurb 'Reveal' jquery plugin for it) on their homepage, but they only want it to appear once per visit, so if the user clicks back to the homepage, they don't get the pop up again.
Just wondering if anyone has any idea how to do this with php/processwire, or should i be using jquery cookies?