Cookies Policy Notification Bar v3.5.2 released

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

+ Added   ! Removed   ^ Changed   # Fixed

14-Jul-2018 : v3.5.2 # [Bug Fixed] Could not save the plugin settings. Error: 500 String could not be parsed as XML (in French language). [Thank you, Anne Cloutier] ^ [Language Updated] The language files for the Dutch (Netherlands) (nl-NL) language has been updated. [Thank you, Jeroen van der Horst] # [Bug Fixed] If the shortcode {cookiesinfo} was in a K2 content item, there were some caching issues. # [Improvement] Four default cookie categories have been added by default, even if the Admin did not save yet the plugin parameters. # [CSS Styling] Take care of dark backgrounds. The text color in the modal window should be dark because of the light (white) background. # [CSS Bug Fixed] Fix the text-wrapping in cookies info table [Thank you, Andreas Farr] # [CSS Improvements] Fix some CSS issues to support a few "old-school" templates. ^ [Improvement] After a lot of requests from our subscribers, the "Cookies Manager" functionality will be disabled until the Admin enables it from the plugin settings at the backend. # [Bug Fixed] If the User clicks on the Save button, at the Cookies Manager (modal window), should delete all cookies first and then reload them again. ^ [Styling Improvements] The buttons of the Shortcode functionality, under the {cookiesinfo} table, have now the same styling as the buttons in the notification bar and the buttons in the modal windows. ^ [Improvement] If the user has logged in, the user ID is now stored in the Acceptance/Declined Logs. ! [Styling Improvements] The UIkit classes have been removed from the action buttons. (view the full changelog)
Cookies Policy Notification Bar - Joomla! plugin
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