The Privacy Suite for WordPress

Category: F.A.Q

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Categories are mandatory for your statistics configuration

You might have seen a warning under Cookie Banner settings Categories are mandatory for your statistics configuration This warning will be activated when the below question from the wizard is not answered with 3 checked boxes. Statistics as a mandatory category will always be enabled

How to install Complianz Privacy Suite (Premium)

After completing your purchase you need two things to install and activate the plugin. a .ZIP file downloaded to your computer. a license key to activate updates & support and new features. Both can be found at https://complianz.io/account/ or in your e-mail, look for purchase

Editing Legal Documents

The legal documents are generated by the Wizard and will show up under ‘Pages’ with a shortcode in the content. This shortcode is used to update and translate your documents automatically when needed. For example; after installing other plugins, Complianz might detect changes and a

Using a ‘Simple’ banner with Google Tag Manager

Using Tag Manager with Complianz required a Category Banner, until now! When you activate Tag Manager through the wizard, Complianz will by default enable the category banner so you can set up each tag to fire per category. If you don’t want to use categories

Integrations: Script Center, Plugins & Services

The script center is now embedded in “Integrations”, an expansion of the functionalities and flexibility in integrating plugins, services and disabling/enabling specific content elements. In this article we will explain the following: 1. Enabling and disabling Services2. Integrated plugins2.1 Adding plugins2.2 Plugin developers2.3 Requesting plugin

Debugging Issues with Complianz

Issues can always happen, for any environment. In most cases these can be fixed quite easily, before figuring out why this happened and how we can fix it. Let’s start the process

CSS Lesson #5 Styling the “Blocked content text” on placeholders.

You might have seen below placeholders on your website which are placed before consent by Complianz. On the blocked content there’s an additional “Accept Cookies” button so your users, which might have opted out earlier can revoke their consent and give consent to unblock content.

Reading the Proof of Consent by Complianz

You may have received a document called “Proof of Consent” after you registered for access to your cookie consent registration. Here we will explain how consent registration on websites with the Complianz Privacy Suite works and how the “Proof of Consent” document is structured. Registration

Configuring Hotjar for GDPR

Hotjar is a popular customer experience tool to analyze your users’ browsing behavior. With analyzing behavior, statistical data is shared with Hotjar to either/and record video’s of browsing behavior, creating heatmaps and other behavioral analyses. With Hotjar you also get the possibility to have different

CSS Lesson #4: The Soft Cookie Wall

From 3.1 onwards, Complianz will feature a so-called “Soft” Cookie Wall. Below you can find a short description that explains the difference between the “Soft” Cookie Wall and the regular Cookie Wall as prohibited by GDPR and more privacy laws. Also, we will have a

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