|System Message||Joomla Module||Modal Window||JS Confirm||Page Ribbon||Cookie Blocker|
Because many users reported issues caused by their template handling system messages incorrectly, I added many other options for display. All options (except the cookie blocker) require that the module be present on the page. The module provides the option to remove cookies after they have been accepted, as well as the option to reconsider cookies after they've been declined. I wanted to provide a circular path - so no cookie decision is final.
If you've arrived here from my website www.richeyweb.com, you will have some cookies from host: ".richeyweb.com". Cookies from this site will be from either: "eprivacymsg.richeyweb.com" or ".eprivacymsg.richeyweb.com"
By popular demand, users can decline cookies! Additionally, they can accept cookies after declining them - and they can remove cookies after accepting them. All options are available.
The plugin remembers this decision using a non-cookie method that persists sessions! As a bonus - it's compatible in all major browsers - even IE6!
Some EU countries require that acceptance is logged - so the plugin has the capability to store the IP address of every user who accepts cookies.
If your server runs PHP 5.3, you can configure your plugins, modules, and plugins to become available only to those users who have accepted cookies. No complicated configurations, just create a new group, a new access level which contains that new group - and choose that new group within the plugin configuration. Any plugin, module or menu item assigned to that access level will not load until the user accepts cookies.