You can use the Cross Domain Cookie function to automatically transfer your visitor's consent to other WordPress websites.
This requires that all your sites have Borlabs Cookie installed and that your sites use identical Cookie Groups and Cookies. If a Cookie Group or Cookie is missing from one of the pages, their consent cannot be transferred.
In addition, all your websites must have an SSL Certificate.
The Cookie Version must be identical everywhere (see in Settings).
The Cookies themselves do not have to be configured identically, they only have to use the same ID.
An example setup for three websites would look like this:
On the www.example-gmbh.de website, enter the following URLs in the Cross Domain Cookie field:
On the www.example-gmbh.com website, enter the following URLs in the Cross Domain Cookie field:
On the www.example-shop.de website, enter the following URLs in the Cross Domain Cookie field:
If your WordPress is installed in a subfolder, you have to specify this in the URL. The / at the end of the URL must not be missing.
- The websites must transmit the referrer.
- There must be a / at the end of the URL.
- Consent is given for the same language. If the language does not exist, the default language of the target page is used.
- The Cookie Version (under Settings) must be identical everywhere. (No to be confused with the plugin version of Borlabs Cookie)
- The feature does not work in Internet Explorer.
- The feature does not work in Incognito Mode.