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Widgets and third-party cookies

When people visit a site that embeds Wild Apricot functionality using widgets, Wild Apricot places a cookie on the visitor's device to recognize the device in the future. In this case, Wild Apricot is considered to be a third-party site by your visitors' browsers. If visitors to your non-Wild Apricot site have third-party cookies completely disabled in their browser, they will not be able to view or access your embedded widget(s).

If visitors to your non-Wild Apricot site have third-party cookies completely disabled in their browser, visitors to your site will not be able to view or access the embedded widget.

If third-party cookies are disabled for unvisited sites only, you can copy the latest widget code from Wild Apricot to provide access to your widgets. The new widget code allows visitors who have blocked third-party cookies from unvisited sites to receive cookies by first redirecting them to your Wild Apricot site – making it a visited site – before returning them to your other site that contains the Wild Apricot widget(s).

Widget code copied before June 27, 2013 requires third-party cookies to be enabled for all sites.

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