data-cookieconsent not working in IE11
In IE11, Youtube embedded movie is not displayed even if marketing cookies are accepted.
Works in other browsers.
Seems like the problem is here:
Please, fix this in https://consent.cookiebot.com/uc.js. It should support IE11.
Sorry for the caused inconvenience and thanks for the post.
We are currently investigating the problem. We'll send you the solution once we have it.
Hi! Any updates on this issue Martin?0
This fix is urgently needed -- it does not only affect YouTube, it affects any code using an iFrame instead of a script embed. Please prioritize fixing this issue.1
As it stands now I can confirm that this is indeed a bug, which is not a new thing to you. The good news is that a it should be resolved soon as it has been passed to the development team.
Apologize for the caused inconvenience and thanks for the patience.
a fix for the IE11 iframe bug has been rolled out and we now see that our solution work as intended on acceptance of cookies on iframes controlled by prior consent
I have a similar issue but it is for script tags with data-cookieconsent="ignore". Seems like the ignore functionality with auto mode is not working at all. Was this tested in IE before the release?
This is a big issue for us as it breaks all the necessary scripts which are supposed to be ignore but the auto-blocked but instead they are not loaded at all.0
If script is blocked, data-cookieconsent="ignore" allows a script to run regardless if it sets cookies or not. If it fails for any other reason than it being blocked, it won't do anything.
Please check this article with example how to use "ignore" attribute because should only be used on scripts you know would be blocked but must be allowed to run.
If you need closer look, post your domain and detailed description of the problem. or write it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you but this is not the problem, I have read about cookieconsent=ignore and the problem is that when the attribute is there, the scripts are blocked in internet explorer rather than being ignored, so it does the opposite of what should be done.
This only happens in auto-mode, with manual blocking the scripts are loaded irrespective of data attribute ignore.0
This issue is seemingly not yet resolved. I'm trying to mark a script tag (in my case: Google reCAPTCHA) with the "ignore"-attribute:
This will cause reCAPTCHA to load in any browser, regardless of which cookies the user allowed. It does not work, however, in IE 11 and the "old" MS Edge. (I.e., version 44, using the rendering engine EdgeHTML.)
I know that it is bad practice to overrule the user's setting, but it is not me to decide what shall or shall not be done on a customers website; this is the site owner's and his legal advisor's responsibility.
However, the underlying problem might also occurr with other script tags which require the "ignore"-option, so it should be fixed regardless.
Can you please confim the bug and tell us whether it will befixed or not?2
i got the same problem in IE11 and the "old" Edge. data-cookieconsent="ignore" is ignored by the 2 browser and the scripts don't run.
Chrome/Firefox and the "new" Edge have no problems.0
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