I looked at your Cookie Manager demo project and very much appreciated your many comments regarding cookie management even beyond what’s written on the S4S page, thank you.
However, I have two questions, which I want to post here for everyones’s benefit (I admit I didn’t test it out …):
I wonder whether there is a small logical flaw with the examples of using only the ‘allow_cookies’ cookie with ‘true’ setting and only creating or deleting this cookie. For example, somebody wanting to opt out of non-essential cookies would have the cookie deleted, but then be bothered on every page again to possibly allow non-essential cookies again …
Would the solution be to use the ‘allow_cookies’ cookie with e.g. a ‘false’ value ? It seems that the cookie manager possibly allows to modify a cookie. And a nested combination of the stack could test on the existence of either version of the content of the cookie, and only bother the user, if the cookie isn’t there at all. Would love to hear your take on it.
I am using RWML on my websites, is there any interference with the ‘cookie manager’ stack. I presume as long as I don’t pack everything into the ‘false’ part of the stack it should work just fine independent of the ‘allow_cookies’ cookie, correct ?