I was loosing time with other non-commercial extension for bloking cookies. To block GA and my own cookies it was ok, but to block more 3rd party cookies I just couldn't find anything right.
Cookie Confirm is just what I need for y several websites with social buttons, Youtube embeded players, maps and some other applications. Yes, it is commercial, but the price is very reasonable for what you get.
With Cookie Confirm you get an excellent component and plugin that works very smooth and fast. The administration is very clear and easy to set up.
Another great thing for me is developers website, which is very informative (check for example Documentation!) and helpful with lot's of useful stuff. Only with a help of documentation for CC I've configured how to block other 3rd party cookies and it was very very easy to di it. Thanks for that, saved me a lot of time!
Of course I needed an assistant with some other stuff too, opened a new ticket and the support is very fast and just perfect.
Ok, and now my only complaint for now. Is there really have to be that hamburger cookie? I know you meant French cookies... :) I rather prefer some other, maybe more professional looking icon. But that's just my opinion.
That's it. Thank you for everything and keep on the good thing!
Thank you for your extensive review and feedback, mladiucitelj!
On popular request we have redesigned the Privacy Settings button, which indeed looked a bit like a hamburger. It's now a small monochrome button which clearly represents a cookie and the consent status. We used CSS3 and a vector icon font which is also super crisp on retina displays. Since it's not an image anymore you can very easily edit it with CSS if you want to. If you update to Cookie Confirm 2.7.0, the button will automatically be updated.
At the beginning I had some problem with the scroller, but that was because the conflict between MooTools and jQuery.
The AJAX Scroller has nothing to do with it.
AJAx Scroller is just perfect. Works like a charm and it's very easy to use. Just do what it says. I use it on my website for scrolling news.
You just need to tweak the CSS to make it look your suitable way. If you don't know how to work with CSS, you can ask for support and they can style your CSS (paid option!). Btw, the support is just great. Quick response too.
Keep on the good thing :)