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TCF from IAB Europe rejected by Belgian Data Protection Authority

Complianz is an IAB registered Consent Management Platform (CMP). This means we can offer a possibility to our premium users to show advertisements on their website with the help of the IAB Europe’s Transparency & Consent Framework (TCF), the most widely-used advertising industry framework in

Google Tag Manager for WordPress Plugin (GTM4WP) Set-Up

There are 2 ways you can use GTM4WP, or Google Tag Manager for WordPress with Complianz. One will give control to GTM4WP, and one will give control to Complianz, which will enable Google Consent Mode as well. The latter needs some manual configuration. For both

Translation error sprintf printf too few arguments

This error might appear in strings with dynamic fields. The dynamic fields are designated with a ‘%s’, in the below example. These fields are then filled by variables, called $type. Both the dynamic fields and variables should have the same count: ( sprintf( __( “The

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 #22: The Soft Cookiewall No Scroll or Blur Effect

The Soft-Cookiewall can also be adjusted with some CSS and/or Javascript to create a No Scroll on the body until the banner has been dismissed, or a blur effect on the body until the banner has been dismissed. Below you will find the needed snippets

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

Czech Republic now requires opt-in Consent for Cookies

Udělení souhlasu při použití cookies In January 2022 the Czech Republic has amended its law in order to implement the requirements stipulated in the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC. In 2002 the “ePrivacy” Directive originally prescribed an opt-out system with regards to storing and

Google Fonts and GDPR: Does it work?

Update: 20/1/2022 – The German Court has declared Google Fonts is not in compliance with GDPR/DSGVO We have seen with Google ReCaptcha that handling Google’s API for GDPR and other privacy laws is a tricky one, and for most, not yet handled the right way.

CSS Lesson #19: The Minimal Bottom Banner Revisited

Some things have changed in Complianz 6.0. And some are no 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

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