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

From Complianz 6.0 onwards you can both enable or disable the dismiss button and close button under Cookie Banner settings. Below CSS settings are deprecated. At the request of some of our users; is it possible to remove the dismiss button and just add a

CSS Lesson #8 Styling your categories

Styling for Complianz 6.0 + If you didn’t update to 6.0 yet, please see the CSS lesson below for < 6.0 versions. We will explain how you will get from the default to a more minimal approach for the categories, also shown below. To change

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

CSS Lesson #6 How we styled our own Cookie Notice

The below article is based on a < 6.0 version of Complianz. Our current banner is the default banner available in Complianz 6.0 upwards. (11/2021) Default 6.0 Cookie Banner Have you seen our banner? Not yet, please revoke the settings and show the banner by

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.

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

CSS Lesson #3: Using your own Document CSS

We have added our own CSS for the legal documents, so out-of-the-box, your documents look great at the front-end. If you want to add to our CSS, you can add custom CSS under settings. With the right CSS properties, you can change almost anything. If

CSS Lesson #2: Adding Box-Shadow to your Cookie Notice

Box-shadow is now a setting under Cookie banner settings – Appearance The standard templates and the Custom CSS possibilities make it possible to design your Cookie Notice to suit the style of your website. We will start a weekly lesson on how to add design

CSS Lesson #1 : Styling the “Allow Cookies” button.

The standard templates and the Custom CSS possibilities make it possible to design your Cookie Notice to suit the style of your website. We will start a weekly lesson on how to add design elements to your Cookie Notice using Custom CSS. Do you want

Only display a Cookie Banner in California or other States.

Complianz determines whether a Cookie Banner should be displayed to a visitor of your website (and whether the ‘opt-in’ or ‘opt-out’ banner should be displayed), based on the country from which they visit your website with GEO IP. But what if you want to be

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