WP Full Picture’s Cookie Notice can manage tracking tools installed with other plugins. To do this, you have to register them in the Scripts Manager module. Watch the video or follow the instructions below to learn how to do this.
Attention! If you use a plugin that installs a tracking script on your site, and choose to, e.g. load it only for logged-in users, then WP Full Picture will not be able to change that. WP Full Picture can only prevent scripts from loading in certain situations, not force-load them.
If setting it up is too difficult for you, you can also check out the ready-to-use setups.
Overview of the Scripts Manager module settings
The screen below presents a group of settings from the “Scripts Manager” settings page.
This group is responsible for blocking a single script, but you can have as many groups like that as you want.
Let’s see what these fields do.
- Give the script a name (for your information only).
- Choose whether WP Full Picture should block scripts by their:
- filename (e.g. supertrack.js),
- URL (https://example.com/superanalytics/supertrack.js)
- URL part, e.g. (example.com)
- or unique content of the script tag (e.g. UA-12312323-1)
- Enter the searched URL, name, or part of content.
- Specify the purpose of the tracked data. This information will be used to load this tool only to visitors that agree to certain types of cookies (if they live in a country where they need to opt-in to them).
- Script ID – a unique name that is used by FP for various purposes. This ID is also viewable in
- Choose where this script should load (these fields are only visible when the geolocation module is enabled).
- Disable the management of this script – this option can be used to temporarily test the original script without having to remove the scripts settings from full Picture’s settings panel.
- Add another script or remove the current one