react-cookie-consent | customizable cookie consent bar for use in React | Frontend Framework library

 by   Mastermindzh TypeScript Version: 9.0.0 License: MIT

kandi X-RAY | react-cookie-consent Summary

kandi X-RAY | react-cookie-consent Summary

react-cookie-consent is a TypeScript library typically used in User Interface, Frontend Framework, React, Nodejs applications. react-cookie-consent has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

A small, simple and customizable cookie consent bar for use in React applications.

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              react-cookie-consent has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 493 star(s) with 82 fork(s). There are 3 watchers for this library.
              There were 1 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              There are 1 open issues and 112 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 34 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of react-cookie-consent is 9.0.0

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              react-cookie-consent has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              react-cookie-consent has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              react-cookie-consent code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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              react-cookie-consent is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              react-cookie-consent releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.

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            Community Discussions


            Styled component doesn't override inline styles
            Asked 2021-May-11 at 21:55

            I'm trying to override third party component inline style.

            I followed the doc how can i override inline styles

            So, I used &[style] to override the inline style but this is not working.

            The third party component I use is CookieConsent

            Right now, my component is looking like that:



            Answered 2021-May-11 at 21:55

            From the documentation page you linked:

            Inline styles will always take precedence over external CSS, so you cannot override it by simply increasing specificity.

            Let's stop right there. Styled Components adds classes to elements. In HTML/CSS, style attribute styles will almost always trump class-based styles; there is nothing Styled Components (or any other class-based library) can do to change that ... unless you use a "hack" with !important that is ...

            There is a neat trick however, which is to use the style element-attr CSS Selector in conjunction with !important:

            The !important is an essential part of that hack, and so the (working) code you posted:



            CRA app doesn't run after production build?
            Asked 2020-Dec-24 at 14:26

            I have a React app created with CRA, it compiles and runs fine. But production build made with yarn buld and served with serve -s build shows following error in console:



            Answered 2020-Dec-24 at 14:26

            After long hours of trial I finally made it work with this trick:

            Replaced import statement from



            What is causing "TypeError: Object(...) is not a function" while trying to use Vanilla Tilt with React?
            Asked 2020-Dec-21 at 11:28

            I am trying to use Vanilla Tilt in my React app with the following example:

            My code looks like this:



            Answered 2020-Dec-21 at 11:28

            Though React-17 has been recently released. There may occur some errors with some packages. Try downgrading to the previous stable version of React.

            Go to your package.json replace "react-dom": "^17.0.1", and "react": "^17.0.1", with "react-dom": "^16.13.1", and "react": "^16.13.1".

            Then do a npm install in the terminal to get it started.



            Gatsbyjs google analytics gdpr
            Asked 2020-Nov-21 at 09:21

            I want to use google analytics in my website, but be gdpr compliant, so only fire it, when the user consents.

            I am using gatsby and followed this tutorial:, which makes total sense in my unterstanding.

            So I'am using gatsby-plugin-gdpr-cookies and react-cookie-consent.

            My gatsby-config looks like this:



            Answered 2020-Nov-21 at 09:21

            I've faced recently the same issue, some Google Analytics plugins (gatsby-plugin-gdpr-cookies and gatsby-plugin-google-analytics). It seems that both are actually using an old version of the tracker. The script was perfectly inserted in the page but it doesn't show any results in Google's dashboard.

            Reading some official documentation I've ended using gatsby-plugin-google-gtag (recommended by Gatsby) and it worked, maybe it works for you too:



            SCRIPT5017 error on Internet Explorer 11, using webpack 4, babel 7 and react
            Asked 2020-Jul-26 at 21:25

            So I am working on a website that is using react. I have been testing it in different browsers, and right now the only browser not working is the terrible Internet Explorer. When the page loads on internet explorer it is just a blank/white screen. I have tried multiple suggestions like integrating browserlist, @babel/preset-env with no luck. I completely upgraded from babel 6 to babel 7 to see if that was the issue and nothing changed.

            Here are my Dependencies and Dev Dependencies:



            Answered 2020-Jul-25 at 23:45

            Preset-env doesnt support ie 11 by default. You have to configure it as a minimum supported version.



            My tests isn't working with react-testing-library with typescript
            Asked 2020-Jul-17 at 09:40

            I've got an issue with react-testing-library with my React project on TypeScript.

            I've been searching on many websites an answer, checking tutorials but I'm really stuck and can't find the answer, changing some configurations on babel.config.js, tsconfig.json and jest.config.js, installing new packages (not sure if I had to install @types for testing-library for example) but I'm not expert with all of this and I'm lost.

            I've tried an easy test and it says :



            Answered 2020-Jul-03 at 12:15

            Better to use as following:



            Conditional rendering of Youtube component based on redux state (cookie acceptance)
            Asked 2020-Jul-16 at 11:07

            On my Gatsby site I want a Youtube component that only shows up if the user has accepted cookies, because of GDPR. If they have declined cookies I want it to give guidance for resetting their preferences, and if cookie acceptance state is unknown (say they're using an extension that has blocked the cookie notice) I want it to say that it doesn't know whether cookies are allowed or not and if you don't see the banner then please check your adblocker.

            I have already set up global state via react-redux that checks for the 'acceptCookies' cookie and all the logic for displaying the banner etc (it's all done using react-cookie-consent) and sets state.acceptCookies to true. This has worked on various pages where for example I only want a contact form to show up if cookies are accepted.

            This is my component (which I include in any page which is to have a Youtube video, passing it the Youtube code as a prop) :



            Answered 2020-Jul-15 at 09:02

            I'd write the YoutubeVideo component like this instead:



            How to set the Google Analytics cookie only after another consent cookie is set and "true"?
            Asked 2020-Feb-19 at 09:59

            I am using React/Nextjs for my website and the react-cookie-consent library. It creates a pop up where the user can agree to the cookie policy. If agreed, a cookie is set: CookieConsent with value "true".

            Additionally, I want to use Google Analytics to track users if they agree (click Accept on the popup).

            But it doesnt work: The Google Analytic cookies _ga and G_ENABLED_IDPS are set before the user clicks on the pop up.

            Funny thing is, I only realized that on the Microsoft Edge Browser. In Chrome, these cookies are not set before the user gives consent.

            This is my current code in _document.js:



            Answered 2020-Feb-19 at 09:59

            The way you were doing it is Opt-out. The GA cookie is always set, as soon as the client requests the gtag.js. This however doesn't comply with GDPR. What you should look into is Opt-in, so that no GA cookie is set without consenting.

            The general idea is to async load the gtag.js once the client has consented. For full functionality of gtag functions you have to load the gtag.js on every page-load if the client already consented. Best practice to do this is with a cookieconsent cookie set on consent. There's a widely used js library for this, which generates a popup and sets the consent-cookie for you.

            You can generate code for the layout of your cookie banner by clicking Start Coding here:

            Following code has to be implemented on every page in the section:


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