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Avoid 3rd party cookies when using iFrame

  • 26 August 2020
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does anyone use an iframe code on your own website to keep customers logged the gallery within their own website? How do you avoid third-party cookies?

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Best answer by Matt Specht 3 September 2020, 17:42

 

does anyone use an iframe code on your own website to keep customers logged the gallery within their own website? How do you avoid third-party cookies?

 

Hi @Hélio Profoto Studios,

The EU pushed a lot of companies to force them to notify users when cookies are being used, this has resulted in a big push of websites throwing up a pop-up about cookies and accepting the terms on it. Is this the issue you are having on your iframe? It isn’t possible to get around that pop-up with accepting the terms, but once you do it shouldn’t pop-up for that user again.

If you could provide more details about which 3rd party site you are trying to avoid cookies to and how you have your iframe setup, I might be able to answer it more clearly.

 

Thanks!

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@Hélio Profoto Studios, can you link a page where you have this currently for us to look at? It’s hard to know what is functionally not working properly without being able to see it 🙂Thanks!

Userlevel 6
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does anyone use an iframe code on your own website to keep customers logged the gallery within their own website? How do you avoid third-party cookies?

 

Hi @Hélio Profoto Studios,

The EU pushed a lot of companies to force them to notify users when cookies are being used, this has resulted in a big push of websites throwing up a pop-up about cookies and accepting the terms on it. Is this the issue you are having on your iframe? It isn’t possible to get around that pop-up with accepting the terms, but once you do it shouldn’t pop-up for that user again.

If you could provide more details about which 3rd party site you are trying to avoid cookies to and how you have your iframe setup, I might be able to answer it more clearly.

 

Thanks!

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