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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.

Reading the Proof of Consent by Complianz

You may have received a document called “Proof of Consent” after you registered for access to your cookie consent registration. Here we will explain how consent registration on websites with the Complianz Privacy Suite works and how the “Proof of Consent” document is structured. Registration

Brexit and GDPR. The New ICO Guidance & PECR

When the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, the Data Protection, Privacy and Electronic Communications (EU Exit) Regulations 2019, will make several amendments to legislation concerning the regulation of the processing of personal data. These Regulations are made to address failures of retained EU law

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

Anonymizing IP and Remarketing

When configuring Complianz with the wizard you will be asked the following question: When you have configured Google Analytics for GDPR (How can be read in this article) you can set Google Analytics before consent. You will need to anonymize IP Addresses from your users

Self-hosting Google Fonts for WordPress

Why blocking Google Fonts is necessary you can read in this article. The reason why we are not blocking Google Fonts automatically as we do with most other services is the impact Google Fonts has on your website’s front-end. Cancelling the Google API request will

Changing the default Social Placeholders

The default placeholder for social widgets and other iFrames is a single image in 3.0.10 and under. For 3.1 onwards we will split this into dedicated placeholders for the most popular socials widgets, like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. The default dedicated placeholder for Instagram looks

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

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