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Dataprivacy Bundle for Pimcore


Dataprivacy Bundle for Pimcore

Add dataprivacy features (GDPR / DSGVO) to Pimcore

Version 1.x can be used for Pimcore X, use Version 0.X (branch pimcore-6) for Pimcore 5/6


  • Does support multiple domains (using Pimcore sites)
  • Easy installation in pimcore projects (drop-in-solution)
  • Admin interface to configure trackers and tools
  • Frontend with cookie and tracking consent features

Backend Interface


This bundle does include the great script tarteaucitron.js in the pringuin/DataprivacyBundle/Resources/public/js/tarteaucitron folder.


Composer Installation

  1. Add code below to your composer.json or install it via command line
"require": {
"pringuin/dataprivacybundle" : "^1.0"

Installation via Extension Manager

After you have installed the Dataprivacy Bundle via composer, open the pimcore administration backend and go to Tools => Extension:

  • Click the green + Button in Enable / Disable row
  • Click the green + Button in Install/Uninstall row

Installation via CommandLine

After you have installed the Dataprivacy Bundle via composer:

  • Execute: $ bin/console pimcore:bundle:enable pringuinDataprivacyBundle
  • Execute: $ bin/console pimcore:bundle:install pringuinDataprivacyBundle

Configure trackers, tools and services

The backend configuration should now be available. below the search in your pimcore admin backend. You can set your tracking IDs (for example your UA-XXXXXXXX-X) there. This will generate files in the folder PIMCOREINSTALLATION/app/config/pringuin_dataprivacy. The file for the default site will be siteconfig_default.yml The next sites will follow the pimcore IDs and look like siteconfig_1.yml, siteconfig_2.yml. You can also change these files directly using your favorite IDE. They can be archived using git.

Installation into your template

To include the cookie consent into your frontend layout, you can use the following twig code. Simply insert it into your template (e.g. layout.html.twig) before the closing body Tag:

{{ render(controller('pringuin\\DataprivacyBundle\\Controller\\DefaultController::defaultAction', [])) }}

Hint: You can always override this template by implementing your own template in the folder PIMCOREINSTALLATION/app/Resources/pringuinDataprivacyBundle/views/default/default.html.twig

Default Frontend Interface

Adaption of button colors

You can always use your own css to override the default css of tarteaucitron. If you'd like to keep the default css but have all buttons in the same color (as required by TTDSG for example), you can use the following CSS:

html body #tarteaucitronRoot #tarteaucitron .tarteaucitronAllow, html body #tarteaucitronRoot #tarteaucitron .tarteaucitronDeny,
html body #tarteaucitronRoot #tarteaucitronAlertBig .tarteaucitronAllow, html body #tarteaucitronRoot #tarteaucitronAlertBig .tarteaucitronDeny, html body #tarteaucitronRoot #tarteaucitronAlertBig #tarteaucitronCloseAlert,
#tarteaucitronAlertBig #tarteaucitronCloseAlert, #tarteaucitronAlertBig #tarteaucitronPersonalize, .tarteaucitronCTAButton, #tarteaucitron #tarteaucitronPrivacyUrl, #tarteaucitron #tarteaucitronPrivacyUrlDialog, #tarteaucitronRoot .tarteaucitronDeny {
    background: black !important;
    color: white !important;

Supported Tackers and Tools

This package does currently ship with the following trackers/tools integrations:

  • Crazy Egg
  • eKomi
  • eTracker
  • Facebook Pixel
  • Google Analytics (supporting different implementations)
  • Google Adwords Remarketing
  • Google Fonts
  • Google Tag Manager
  • Hubspot
  • Matomo (formerly Piwik)
  • Mautic
  • Zopim
  • YouTube
  • Vimeo
  • Dailymotion

Note that you'll take care of the implementation of your video brick to make YouTube, Vimeo and Daily Motion work.

Sample code by breakone:

{% set autoplay = autoplay.isChecked() ? true : false %}
{% set loop = loop.isChecked() ? true : false %}
{% set mute = muted.isChecked ? true: false %}

{% set video = pimcore_video('video') %}

{% if video.getVideoType == 'youtube' %}
  <div class="pimcore_tag_video pimcore_editable_video ">
    <div class="youtube_player" videoID="{{ }}" width="{{ width }}" height="auto" theme="dark" rel="0" controls="1" showinfo="0" autoplay="{{ autoplay }}" mute="{{ mute }}" srcdoc="srcdoc" loop="{{ loop }}" loading="0"></div>
{% elseif video.getVideoType == 'vimeo' %}
  <div class="pimcore_tag_video pimcore_editable_video ">
    <div class="vimeo_player" videoID="{{ }}" width="{{ width }}" height="auto" autoplay="{{ autoplay }}" mute="{{ mute }}" loop="{{ loop }}"></div>
{% elseif video.getVideoType == 'dailymotion' %}
  <div class="pimcore_tag_video pimcore_editable_video ">
    <div class="dailymotion_player" videoID="{{ }}" width="{{ width }}" height="auto" showinfo="0" autoplay="{{ autoplay }}" embedType="video"></div>
{% else %}
  {{ video|raw }}
{% endif %}

Add your own tracker or tool consent

If a tracker or tool is missing, please check if the tool is integrated into tarteaucitron.js first. You can do this using the source code or the official tarteaucitron.js website using the installation guide.

If the tracker or tool is not included into the tarteaucitron.js package, please integrate it there first (they accept pull requests). Alternatively you can directly include your custom service using this example code from tarteaucitron.js: = {
    "key": "mycustomservice",
    "type": "social|analytic|ads|video|support",
    "name": "MyCustomService",
    "needConsent": true,
    "cookies": ['cookie', 'cookie2'],
    "readmoreLink": "/custom_read_more", // If you want to change readmore link
    "js": function () {
        "use strict";
        // When user allow cookie
    "fallback": function () {
        "use strict";
        // when use deny cookie
(tarteaucitron.job = tarteaucitron.job || []).push('mycustomservice');

To get a tracker or tool which is included in the tarteaucitron.js package into this bundle, you'll have to do the following steps:

Add it to the default configuration

The default configuration is the base for all site specific configurations. Changes to the default configuration will also change your configuration files for the sites. The default configuration is located at Resources/var/defaultconfiguration.yml

Add the view output

The necessary code for the templates can be found in the tarteaucitron.js installation instructions easily. Simply select Free manual installation and scroll down to the next step. Search for your service to get the installation code, typically looking like this:

<script type="text/javascript">
    tarteaucitron.user.etracker = 'data-secure-code';
    (tarteaucitron.job = tarteaucitron.job || []).push('etracker');

Add it to the other codes in the Resources/views/default/default.html.twig file and replace dynamic parameters like the data-secude-code above with twig values as shown in the currently implemented trackers and tools.

Add a translation

Finally add a backend translation entry in the file Resources/translations/admin.en.yml and/or The key will be the same you used in the defaultconfiguration.yml. You can also append a _helptext to the key to insert a custom helptext for editors.

Final step

Test your implementation and please create a pull request in this repository so everybody can now use your newly implemented service, tracker or tool. Thanks!


Updating from 0.5 to 1.0

1.0 is the first release for Pimcore X. Simply adapt your composer.json and run composer update as usually.

Since pimcore removed the pimcore_action from the twig template, you'll have to adjust your template installation.


{{ pimcore_action('default', 'default', 'pringuinDataprivacyBundle', {}) }}


{{ render(controller('pringuin\\DataprivacyBundle\\Controller\\DefaultController::defaultAction', [])) }}

You might also need to save your configuration again.

Updating from 0.4 to 0.5

To update to 0.5 simply adapt your composer.json and run composer update as usually. Depending on your installation you might need to run the command php bin/console assets:install web to install the new tarteaucitron.js version (1.9.5 is now included) if you installed as hard copy. This release does also add a new defaultconfiguration setting. You might need to save your configuration again.

Updating from initial version, 0.1, 0.2 or 0.3 to 0.4

To update from the first release or version 0.1/0.2 to 0.3 simply adapt your composer.json and run composer update as usually. Depending on your installation you might need to run the command php bin/console assets:install web to install the new tarteaucitron.js version (1.8.4 is now included) if you installed as hard copy.


While we consider this bundle stable and ready for productive use, we'd be very happy if you'd support us and the whole pimcore community by improving this bundle with pull requests. This is our first public pimcore bundle so constructive feedback would be very welcome aswell!

Copyright and license

Copyright: PRinguin GbR
For licensing details please visit

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