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Guidelines for Cookie Banners per (Sub)Region

Since the GDPR entered into force, hardly any other issue has been discussed so much and so diversely as the requirements relating to the use of cookies and similar technologies. Several EU data protection authorities published opinions and guidelines in this regard and even the

All About Consent per Service, Category or Cookie

We will treat the most common questions about consent management and its minimal requirements stated by privacy laws, jurisprudence, and the guidelines from national DPA’s. We will treat three different possibilities. Table of Contents To summarize, the minimal approach described by privacy laws is consent

CSS Lesson #17: Copying your Favorite Banner

The new banner is structured in HTML and CSS only. This means, in theory, you can make anything you want. But for more rigorous changes you will need some knowledge of CSS. I found a cool banner, what now? Let’s say you have found a

CSS Lesson #16: The New Cookie Banner in 6.0

Below we will give a quick introduction on how to customize your new Cookie Banner. There are 3 ways you can customize to your liking. 1. Our default settings. With additional CSS 2 New: Create a banner with Elementor & Cookie Management from Complianz 3.

Settings for the Facebook Pixel & Conversions API

Table of Contents To give you more control over how you use your Facebook Pixel, you can now decide whether to use your pixel for advertising and analytics purposes or for analytics only. You can also choose what types of cookies to use with your

Create a Cookie Banner with Elementor Popups

Did you know you can create a Cookie Banner with Elementor, while using Complianz’ consent management functionalities? If you built your website with Elementor, you will have no problem following this guide. This guide will feature Complianz and Elementor Pro, which features ‘Popups’. We will

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

Add a Cookie Policy link to the AMP banner

Complianz dynamically adds a link to the within the Cookie Banner by using JavaScript. However, since JavaScript is not supported on AMP, this link will not automatically be added to the Cookie Banner on AMP pages.  This article describes the steps to insert a Cookie

Consent on Scroll or Time Out

Consent on Scroll or Time Out has long been the domain of Opt-out regions like the United States of America. Since the addition of Australia as a region, this has changed. Australia, although primarily an “Opt-in” region does allow for an implicit Opt-in after a

Statistics Configuration in the Wizard

Below you will find a step-by-step explanation for the questions under “statistics” in the wizard. Every answer will have a different effect on implementing your statistics tools. Let’s start with the overview: How do you want to implement your statistics tool? Additional questions if applicable

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