Thanks to DSGVO some customers want to have a cookie notice:

Magento has this feature already built in. You can turn it on in the backend:

System > Configuration > General > Web > Session Cookie Management > Cookie Restriction Mode: YES


Beside this you can define what the customer sees in the CMS block: cookie_restriction_notice_block.

Magento can have the same cms block identifier for different stores. Unfortunately this doesn't work for this feature.

The reason is:

class Mage_Page_Block_Html_CookieNotice extends Mage_Core_Block_Template
{
public function getCookieRestrictionBlockContent()
{
$blockIdentifier = Mage::helper('core/cookie')->getCookieRestrictionNoticeCmsBlockIdentifier();$block = Mage::getModel('cms/block')->load($blockIdentifier, 'identifier'); // [...] } }  load() doesn't care about the store mapping and takes the first block with the identifier it finds - which is for every store the same. I fixed the problem with a rewrite on the block and replaced the method with: public function getCookieRestrictionBlockContent() {$blockIdentifier = Mage::helper('core/cookie')->getCookieRestrictionNoticeCmsBlockIdentifier();
$block = Mage::getModel('cms/block') // ADDED store filter ->setStoreId(Mage::app()->getStore()->getId()) ->load($blockIdentifier);

$html = ''; if ($block->getIsActive()) {
/* @var $helper Mage_Cms_Helper_Data */$helper = Mage::helper('cms');
$processor =$helper->getBlockTemplateProcessor();
$html =$processor->filter($block->getContent()); } return$html;
}