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Tag: Consent Banner

Get compliant today in the European Union and/or in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom with the only Privacy Suite that offers a fully-featured plugin for GDPR, DSGVO, PIPEDA, CCPA, COPPA and more!

A Quick introduction to A/B Testing

This will be a quick introduction to enable and configure A/B testing, as well as understanding the statistics and what might be some follow-up actions. Before we start: The TCF banner cannot be tested due to strict IAB Europe Guidelines Enable A/B Testing Enable A/B

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 privacy statement, or any link you would like to the cookie banner. Go from the standard links on the cookie banner. To

Integrating the Consent API with Contact Form 7

Integrate the WP Consent API with Complianz and Contact Form 7 to block reCaptcha before consent. This is what you need: Complianz Contact Form 7 5.4 Adjustment by Complianz (Download) WP Consent API Plugin (Download) Configure the Consent API Download and activate all plugins Activate

Checking if Maxmind database is readable for GEO IP

If you’re experiencing issues with GEO IP and/or get the following error: You have enabled Geo IP, but the GEO IP database hasn’t been downloaded automatically. If you continue to see this message, download the file from MaxMind, unzip it, and put it in your

Cookie banner does not appear

A frequently asked question by new Complianz users is ‘Why is my banner not showing on the front-end of my site?’. Quite the disappointment if you have just fully configured the Complianz wizard and beautifully styled your Complianz cookie banner. Luckily, the solution is often

Cross-domain cookie consent

From 4.6.7 on, premium and multisite users can enable cross-domain cookie consent* For multisite users. This is done under Complianz settings. For premium users, please read the below instructions. *For the time being, this is only available for subfolders, with subdomains being available in the

Placeholders for iFrames

From 4.6.11 onwards, you can also use consent shortcode wrappers. An instruction can be found here. You’re able to block iFrames with Complianz with the built-in script center. (under Integrations). But preventing an iFrame from loading third-party cookies won’t strip the HTML from your website,

Elementor, reCaptcha and the Native Form

When configuring our plugin with the easy wizard, you will be prompted to check integrations, which are not yet scanned or found by Complianz. Sometimes you will need to enable reCaptcha if it is not prechecked by default, of course, only if you use reCaptcha

Ads based on consent with Ad Inserter Pro

Update: October 10th 2020. This article is replaced with instructions to integrate Complianz with Ad Inserter, and TCF. Integrating with Ad Inserter and Adsense. Normally, when you configure the plugin as described above, the ads will be loaded with the next page load after the

Editing ‘Impressum’ on the cookie banner.

If your website is intended to attract visitors from the EU and Germany/Austria, Complianz offers the possibility to show an Impressum link on your cookie banner. In Premium you’re able to generate an Impressum as well. Below, we’ll provide answers to the two most frequently

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