Show close button

How to show close button?

Nelson
Written by NelsonLast update 1 month ago

It is possible to close a cookie banner with a single click. Go to your CookieScript user account > Settings > Main settings. Here you will find SHOW CLOSE BUTTON.

Check the box SHOW CLOSE BUTTON if you want the Close button to be shown at the top right corner of the web page. When this button is activated, you can choose what happens when the user clicks the Close button. Select CLOSE BUTTON ACTION from the available options. If you choose Close Cookie Banner, the Close button will temporarily close the cookie banner on the current web page and will show the banner again on the next page. If you select Reject all cookies or Accept all cookies, all cookies will be rejected or accepted, accordingly.

If your cookie banner has the Close button, this will lead to the following cookie compliance results:

Regulation

Cookie compliance

GDPR

Compliant

CCPA

Compliant

LGPD

Compliant

CNIL

Compliant

If your cookie banner does not have the Close button, this will lead to the following cookie compliance results:

Regulation

Cookie compliance

GDPR

Non-compliant

CCPA

Compliant, CCPA does not regulate it.

LGPD

Compliant, LGPD does not regulate it.

CNIL

Non-compliant

You can instruct your cookie banner to perform different actions after the user presses the Close button.

If you instruct your cookie banner to close the cookie banner or reject all cookies after the user presses the Close button, this will lead to the following cookie compliance results:

Regulation

Cookie compliance

GDPR

Compliant

CCPA

Compliant

LGPD

Compliant

CNIL

Compliant

If you instruct your cookie banner to accept all cookies automatically after the user presses the Close button, this will lead to the following cookie compliance results:

Regulation

Cookie compliance

GDPR

Non-compliant, must be explicit user's consent.

CCPA

Compliant.

LGPD

Non-compliant, must be explicit user's consent.

CNIL

Non-compliant, must be explicit user's consent.

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