Access your Admin panel (http://example.com/admin123/) and log in
Go to your Extensions menu that is on the top of the screen in the Admin panel and click on Manage > Install
Drag and drop file zipped iubenda plugin file or click Browse for file and select the iubenda file from your computer.
Click on Extensions > Manage > Manage;
Search “iubenda” and enable the plugin.
How to add the cookie banner and modify settings
Click on the item Extensions > Plugins;
Search “iubenda” and click on the plugin name (your can see what the interface looks like below):
Copy your Cookie Solution code from the Cookie Solution embed section of your iubenda account (If you haven’t already generated your Cookie Solution code within your iubenda account, you can read more about how to do that here: introduction to the iubenda Cookie Solution)
Click on Settings, paste that code into the plugin form and save: (Being PHP native, we recommend the primary, faster option for the parsing engine. If you’re experiencing some issues, try with the alternative based on a custom HTML DOM class)
In the example above we’re using the Safemode channel, however, you’ll need to copy the code specific to the channel that you’re using. In most cases Safemode will suffice, however, for example, if you have the IAB CMP Framework enabled, you’ll need to be on the Beta channel. You can read more about channels here.
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Update and extend the list of blocked scripts & interface improvements