[Duplicated]Opera's ad-blocker run scripts that shouldn't run
Chris-Planeta last edited by leocg
I am building a Tag Manager plugin for WordPress. The plugin has its own cookie notice which loads tracking scripts only after visitors agree to cookies. Unfortunately, today I noticed that when Opera's ad-blocker is running, scripts that should wait for the consent don't do this and are loaded with the pageload.
Visit the website of my plugin fullpictureplugin.com from opera with ad-blocker enabled and disabled. You will see that when it is disabled a live chat bubble pops up in the corner. The script of this chat doesn't load until the visitor agrees to all cookies or personalisation cookies.
This is very odd and I haven't seen anything like it before.
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
I see the little orange chat icon at the bottom right of the viewport show up. If I click decline in your cookie dialog, that chat icon disappears. If I click accept, it stays. This seems to happen whether I have adblocking on or off.
Also, if I click the chat icon, it opens a welcome box at the top right where a chat can be started. I can do that before choosing in the cookie dialog whether adblocking is on or off.
Maybe a video demonstrating the issue would help in this case.