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CSS Lesson #23: Your Manage Consent Button as Floating Widget

Do you want a floating “manage consent” widget, like the example below? Then keep reading! Some CSS, a little hack and Font Awesome We use an import for Free Font Awesome icons so the CSS works. There’s a plugin for this as well, just search

CSS Lesson #21: Stacking buttons on the New Cookie Banner

In Complianz 6.0 we have removed the hierarchy for buttons on the Cookie Banner, due to jurisprudence and privacy guidelines about nudging customers to your preference. Our previous banner has an Accept button, stacked on top of the other buttons. Our new banner has inline

CSS Lesson #20: Bringing the Cookie Banner title back to Mobile

You might have noticed Complianz removed the Cookie Banner title on mobile devices. The reason is that the Cookie Banner title is the widest element on mobile if you have a logo and a close button enabled. If you don’t, you could reinstate your Cookie

CSS Lesson #19: The Minimal Bottom Banner Revisited

Some things have changed in Complianz 6.0. And some are nog longer, including the simple bottom banner as a template, but don’t worry. With some CSS you can get there again! Let’s first walk through the needed cookie banner settings. For what it’s worth. We

CSS Lesson #18 Positioning the Consent Button

Are you not happy where your Manage Consent Button is located? In this article, we will explain how to move your consent button around with some CSS. The important thing to remember is to ‘unset’ the current position and proceed from there. Move the 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.

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

Elementor: Removing white space on mobile view

Did you know? You can now use Elementor Pro to design your Cookie Banner! Read More In some instances, when using Elementor (Pro),. There might be white space on mobile view for certain pages or templates when the cookie banner is enabled. This is due

Create a Cookie Banner with Elementor Popups

Update for 6.0 In Complianz 6.0 you can now import Elementor Templates and use widgets to configure your cookie banner with Elementor from our wizard. The Best of both Worlds! For free users, or users that don’t use 6.0…yet. Please refer to the below manual.

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