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FUNCTIONS
GDPR::save_consent( $user_id, $consent_id )
Save a user consent to the database.

GDPR::remove_consent( $user_id, $consent_id )
Remove a user consent from the database.

GDPR::consent_checkboxes()
Print a set of checkboxes for all registered consent options.

GDPR::get_consent_checkboxes()
Return a set of checkboxes for all registered consent options.

GDPR::save_user_consent_on_registration( $user_id )
Saves all the checked consent options to the user database and logs the registration to the audit log. This should be used in conjunction with GDPR::consent_checkboxes(). This functions should be called right after the user has been saved to the database.

has_consent( $consent_id )
Checks if a user has given a specific consent. Works for logged in users or visitors.

is_allowed_cookie( $cookie )
Checks if a cookie is allowed or not. Works for logged in users or visitors.

gdpr_request_form( $type )
Renders one of the request forms.
Possible types are: delete, rectify, complaint or export-data.

gdpr_preferences( $text )
Renders a button that opens the privacy preference center.

SHORTCODES

Renders a button that opens the privacy preference center. The text attribute is optional. By default, it is “Privacy Policy”.


Renders the user deletion request form.


Renders the data rectification request form.


Renders the complaint form.


Renders the user data export request form.

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What personal data we collect and why we collect it

Comments

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