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Adding Cookie Consent to Your qEngine Installation

Sunday, June-03-2018
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Adding Cookie Consent to Your qEngine Installation

You may have noticed that more and more websites are displaying something like: "This website is using cookies. By continuing browsing this website, you are agree to our use of cookies". Or something like that.

This is a cookie law launced in 2012 in the EU. But lately with the new GDPR law, even websites from outside of EU are displaying this information.

Adding this 'cookie consent' information to your qEngine website is very easy. There are several methods to do this, such as manually by creating your javascript, or using third party solution. In this blog, I will show you the latter method.

  1. While there are many cookie consent 'builder', I will use one of them, which is from Insites.
  2. Go to the download page, and customize the text & design.
    • For Compliance Type, select "Just tell users that we use cookies".
  3. Copy the code by clicking "Copy" button.
  4. Login to your website's ACP.
  5. Open Tools > File Manager.
  6. Open skins > default folder. Then click Edit on outline.tpl file.
    • If you have multiple skin folders, you need to apply step 6-8 for each skin.
  7. Paste the code, after {$module_js_list} line, the final result should be something like this:

  1. Save the file, and return to your website. You should see something like in the thumbnail.

Congratulations, you have added cookie consent to your website! To be GDPR compliant, you need to modify your website's privacy policy, you can follow this information about that.

qEngine 16.3 with Inline Editor Now Available!

Friday, May-25-2018
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qEngine 16.3 with Inline Editor Now Available!

I'm happy to announce that qEngine CMS 16.3 is now available for download.

qEngine (qE) is a lightweight, fast, yet feature packed CMS script to help you building your site quickly. You can use qE to build your own company profile, blogs, news site, and more. qE is also expandable by using modules.

Download for free here.
Learn more here.

Inline Editing

The significant changes in qEngine 16.3 is the ability for inline editing. By using this feature, you can edit any pages simply by clicking the contents and you can edit it directly using the WYSIWYG editor.

To do so, simply follow these steps:

  1. Login as administrator. You can only login as administrator from your back end!
  2. Return to front end (aka your web site).
  3. In any supported pages, hovering on contents should display a popup "Click to Edit". Simply click the contents and you can type in directly.

Multipage

Using multipage you can combine several pages by using page gallery module into one seamless page. While you can also use multiple page gallery modules, multipage comes with the ability to cache whole page thus reducing site load.

You can learn more about multi page by referring to its built in documentation in Module manager.

Other Changes

[QE] As always, bug fixes
[QE] Simplify file structures
[QE] Update javascript library to latest version (except BootStrap)
[QE] BIG ONE! Added inline editing capability!
[QE] New module: multipage
[QE] Update module: slideshow now can be categorized

GPDR Compliant Privacy Policy

Friday, May-25-2018
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GPDR Compliant Privacy Policy

With the implementation of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in the EU, you may want to change your web site privacy policy to accommodate GDPR rules. In short, GDPR aims primarily to give control to citizens and residents over their personal data in the internet.

Although the new GDPR only apply in the EU, but it's actually easier to conform your web site globally.

You can use this privacy policy template from websiteplanet.com, though you need to modify several areas to match your web site policy.

Upcoming qEngine & its sub products releases should also include this new privacy policy.

Learn more about GDPR here.


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