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CSS Lesson #15: Document CSS for Cookie Table

We frequently see users asking for some CSS to adapt their cookie policy to their “Dark Mode” template or theme. You can disable document CSS under settings or add specific CSS for the cookie list, so you can use it in Dark Mode. Add below

CSS Lesson #14: Icons in the Manage Consent button

Complianz inserts a “Manage consent” button, allowing users to change their consent preferences at any time. Using some Custom CSS, you can add Font Awesome icons to this button to fit the style of your website even better. At the end of this article, we

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AMP Banner Borders Buttons Categories Consent Type Consent Level Documents Fonts Manage Consent Mobile Regions Soft Cookie Wall

CSS Lesson #12: Apply properties based on Consent Type & Region

When GEO IP is enabled in Complianz, the type of Cookie Banner shown to the visitor (opt-in/opt-out) will depend on the location from which a user visits your website. For instance, the opt-in banner will be shown when a user visits the website from a

CSS Lesson #11 Adding the Privacy Statement to your Cookie Banner

From version 5.1 onward, this will be a default setting for you cookie banner. Until then, please do the following to add the , or any link you would like to the cookie banner. Go from the standard links on the cookie banner. To adding

CSS Lesson #10 Adding category descriptions to the cookie banner

Multiple users have requested the possibility to add category descriptions to the Cookie banner. This can be achieved with some Custom CSS code (added under Complianz > Cookie banner > Edit > “Enable Custom CSS” > Custom CSS). Example CSS to insert a Category description

CSS Lesson #9 Changing the Dismiss button to a Close button

At the request of some of our users; is it possible to remove the dismiss button and just add a (x) button to the cookie banner? The answer is yes, and this is an example of how it will look like and how to implement

CSS Lesson #8 Styling your categories

For this lesson we will do two things, removing an unused category from the overview and changing the colors of the square checkboxes, both can be achieved with a little CSS. Changing the color of the square checkbox To change the color, for example to

CSS Lesson #7 Show manage cookie consent button on mobile

The settings or revoke button on devices smaller than 768px is hidden. This includes low-resolution tablets and mobile phones. The reasoning is that the pop-up settings button is sensitive to scroll behavior from the bottom on mobile phones and tablets, and is hidden by default

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