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- Cookies 2022
On 1 January 2022, an amendment to the law will enter into force, which imposes an obligation on website owners to store cookies only with the active consent of visitors. Find out what it will mean for you in terms of Foxentry below.
Types of Foxentry Cookies
|serves for load balancing API purposes
|until the end of the session
|used to identify the user for statistics and autocomplete results from history
|recording cookie consent
|save the user's approximate geolocation to improve the relevance of the results
Cookies bar in practice
After the consent of the user, it is necessary to give Foxentry information about the range of allowed cookies using the Foxentry.setCookieMode method. The value can be "minimal" (only functional cookies allowed) or "full" (all cookies allowed).
Example: Foxentry.setCookieMode ("full")
The validity of the user's consent always applies to the given (sub) domain. Therefore, if the user gives consent for the main domain "yourshop.com", the settings will also apply to all subdomains. However, if the initial domain for granting consent is, for example, "checkout.yourshop.com", the consent will also apply to my.checkout.yourshop.com, however, it will not apply to yourshop.com.Project restrictions in the case of "minimal" mode
Please note that if users make extensive use of the minimum Cookies method (only functional features are allowed), project statistics may be affected.
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