This theme is built with W3.CSS and is highly configurable. More than 100 monochromatic color themes and 25 shortcodes. It has support for Cookie consent, image processing, image galleries, page bundles and resources (attachments).
Beeing able to analyse the visitors behavior via the log files on the visited site is one thing. But giving those informations to any third-party is not what the visitors expect by default.
- Why should a third-party (disqus.com) know which blog articles I’ve read (even without commenting) ?
- Why should a third-party (formspree.io) beeing able to read the visitors messages (contact form) ?
If the visitors implicitly agree by clicking on a button (“see comments on disqus.com” or “send message via formspree.io”) then this is perfecly fine (for me).
This is also why I tried to minimize the external url’s and copied all
into the theme (
How to minimize visitors exposure to tracking
- disable google gtags (analytics)
- disable google translate
- disable google fonts apis
- disable google maps
- disable menu.topbar search (google custom search)
- disable formspree (but keep your email)
- do not show a comment counter on the Disqus Button
- review result e.g. with Firefox Lightbeam by Mozilla
All of the above is done in
googleAnalytics = "" #[[menu.topbar]] # weight = 5 # name = "Search" # url = "/search" # pre = "fas fa-search" [params] fontsUseGoogleApis = false # latitude = # longitude = formspree = "" email = "firstname.lastname@example.org" disqusButtonShowCount = false [params.menuTopBar] googleTranslateEnable = false
- see issue tracker
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