Cookies Policy Notification Bar v3.3.8 released

A new version of Cookies Policy Notification Bar - Joomla! plugin has been released.

+ Added   ! Removed   ^ Changed   # Fixed

18-May-2018 : v3.3.8 + NEW BUTTON: The "Decline" button has been added to the notification bar. And of course is multilingual like other buttons. + NEW PARAMETER: Hide cookies from the cookies table (comma separated). With this new parameter, you can hide some preferred cookies from the table. This option will not block the cookies from the browser, it just hiding them." + The German (de-DE) translation has been added [Many thanks to Michael Maass] # CSS BUG FIXED: The modal window should be displayed in front of other elements, even the notification bar. # BUG FIXED: Do not return a blank 500 error page, but instead display a warning message if the required extensions 'mbstring' and 'iconv' are disabled from the server. # BUG FIXED: Javascript TypeError: Cannot read property 'w357_show_in_iframes' of undefined. # JS Issue: Check if the cpnb_config variable is defined without any JS errors, and then use it. # BUG Fixed: Add the base URL in front of Ajax URLs to avoid 404 error pages in subpages. [Many thanks to Claudia and Tim Austin] # BUG FIXED: Some caching issues, after the user accepts the cookies policy, have been resolved. # BUG FIXED: You can change the input texts for languages even if the plugin is not published yet, without lose any translations you've entered before. # Bug Fixes for Joomla! 2.5 and backward compatibility. Some lines of code have been added to continue to support Joomla! 2.5. and to avoid blank pages in the plugin settings. [Thank you, Andreas Ebert] # Minor bug fixes and code improvements. (view the full changelog)
Cookies Policy Notification Bar - Joomla! plugin
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