We continue with the new Data Protection Act of May 25 for self-taught people who have a personal blog (gdpr). Today I bring you two videos with which we will be able to fix two other aspects of the data protection law of May 25.
In the first video we will see how to fix the issue of Google Fonts because if you use Google Fonts you will be sharing the user’s IP with Google.
To do this we are going to use a new plugin that you will find in the WordPress repository with which you can download the Google Fonts from the Google server to yours and so you will no longer share the user’s IP. This plugin is very easy to use just install it, activate it and that’s it.
Also warn you that it does not work on all websites as I have tested it on 10 websites and it has worked on 7, in the other 3 if it worked but I changed the font for another. Anyway you do not lose anything trying it because if it does not work you disable it, delete the cache, and everything will return to normal with your usual font.
GOOGLE FONTS AND GDPR
To do this we are going to create a new file called single.php (which is where the comments are normally displayed) in our Child Thme through our FTP manager.
. < div >Then we will format it using CSS in the style.css file.
FIRST LAYER IN THE GDPR COMMENTS
Well and with this along with the previous videos we have everything or at least almost everything solved about the data protection law.
If you have not yet seen the previous videos here are the links in case you still have no idea what the subject is about.
- Create checkboxes in comments, registration and contact form and give the user the option to delete their data.
- Add a cookie banner with option to accept or reject cookies.
If you have a personal blog and have any questions about the subject you can contact me through the contact form or leave a comment and I will be happy to help you in any way I can.