Tag: Cookie Policy

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Are legal pages considered duplicate content?

We often are asked if legal pages are duplicate content in the eyes of search engines. Users are worried that Google may give a penalty to pages with duplicate content. And legal documents all have a tendency to have similar content, because of the way

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

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

LGPD Brazil and WordPress

The “Marco Civil” and the Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD) In Complianz 5.4 we will add full support for the Civil Rights Framework for the Internet (the “Marco Civil”) and the Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD), which came into force in 2020. The

Assign WP Cerber cookies to the correct service

WP Cerber is a popular security plugin for WordPress websites. The plugin sets a number of cookies in the visitor’s browser, which are used to detect and prevent various types of malicious behavior. Due to this purpose, these cookies are set as ‘functional cookie’. As

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

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

How to disable the Cookie Scan?

Disabling the automatic cookie scan is simple, go to Complianz settings and look for “Disable the automatic cookie scan.” Want to more about the cookie scan results, please read this article. Reasons to disable the automatic cookie scan: If your website is in development. When

Integrating with Ad Inserter and Adsense

Are you looking for Advanced Ads ? Please visit their dedicated article here. When implementing Adsense with Ad Inserter, and using TCF with Complianz, please notice the 3 important settings to make it work together. Make sure you have at least Posts selected, and when

Improved Accessibility for Complianz’ Documents & Banner

With Complianz Privacy Suite, we aim to meet the WCAG 2.1 AA guidelines as created by W3C, for our generated documents and cookie banners. This means all default cookie banners, including elements, and documents with our Document CSS meet these guidelines and are updated when needed. You

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