We use Cookiebot on Dynamicweb Rapido websites for handling cookies and user consent.
But we experience issues about the classification of Rapido .js files resulting in content elements not being visible on the website and inactive search functionality.
If the user does not interact with the Cookiebot dialog box or only accepts cookies categorized as necessary then we experience the following:
- Regular content elements on pages are not displayed (eg. banner slider and images)
- The standard search function does not work
Cookiebot automatically blocks the loading of two Rapido.js files prior to consent is given by the user because the files set cookies that are classified as Marketing and/or Preferences.
To avoid Cookiebot from blocking these files we can add data-cookie-consent = "ignore", as suggested by Cookiebot support:
<script src="/Files/Templates/Designs/Rapido/js/master.min.js" datacookieconsent="ignore"></script>
<script src="/Files/Templates/Designs/Rapido/js/custom.min.js" datacookieconsent="ignore"></script>
I'm not sure if this is the right thing to do in relation to being GDPR compliant. How come these files set cookies that are classified as Marketing/Preferences and thereby blocking standard content and functionality?
I can manually classify the cookies as necessary but would like your opinion on this. Where do I find a list of cookies set by these files and can they all be classified as necessary?
Kurt Moskjaer Andersen