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Default Blocking of Certain Cookie Types

Creating a compliant and user-friendly website experience involves more than just displaying a cookie consent bar.

It's crucial to align your cookie settings with regional laws and user preferences. For those looking to set default blocks on marketing, analytics, or functionality cookies, here's a straightforward guide:

Steps to Set Default Cookies to be blocked:

Accessing Cookie Bar Settings:
- Start by navigating to the Cookie Bar tab in your website's backend.
- Proceed to the Cookie Bar Behavior section.

Configuring Initial State:
- Within Initial State Of The Cookie Consent Bar, you'll find several options to fine-tune how cookies are handled before user consent:
Keep all store cookies until visitor opts-out: This option keeps all cookies active until the user explicitly opts out.
Block marketing cookies until visitor opts-in: Select this to block marketing-related cookies until the user consents.
Block analytics cookies until visitor opts-in: Use this to prevent analytics cookies from loading until receiving user consent.
Block functionality cookies until visitor opts-in: Ideal for stopping functional cookies until users give their approval.

Understanding the Benefits:

- Compliance with Regional Laws: In many European countries, like Germany, laws mandate blocking marketing and analytics cookies until the visitor consents. These settings empower you to comply with such regulations seamlessly.

- Enhanced User Trust: By respecting user preferences and legal standards, you build trust and credibility among your website visitors.

For a visual guide on setting up these preferences, check out our instructional video:

Need assistance or have questions? Our support team at is ready to help you configure your cookie consent bar for optimal performance and compliance.

Updated on: 12/01/2024

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