Everything posted by JGraham
Thanks for your response. I guess the current Cookie Banner options cover most non European situations for GDPR, but in terms of businesses trading in or with European countries, the current options do not adequately meet the requirements for GDPR according tot he legislation (from what I understand of it). Using a third party to fill these requirements (at least in my mind), only further complicates the problem and would be better resolved within Squarespace itself as additional Banner options etc, but having said that, it depends on the needs of the business and whether any additional options would actually cover all use cases, so I can see why it's perhaps not likely to happen. To my point, it would be at least nice for the end user of the website to be able to 'hide' or close the pop-up banner with the simple addition of a 'close' / 'X' button on the banner itself.
I've currently drafting/creating a Cookie Banner for GDPR reasons, and was wondering if it's possible to add an 'X' button to close/ignore the pop up should users not wish to give consent? I can't seem to find any other style adjustments for this purpose. You can see from the screen shot that I'm trying to use the Cookies banner to allow the website user to give consent to analytic cookies + data collected via contact forms, where analytic data is turned off by default, but it would be helpful if there was a 'close banner' button if users did not want to give this type of consent and to 'hide' the banner, so to speak. I realise this is somewhat of a work around instead of using a third party app/code to create a more detailed GDPR banner, but nonetheless I was wondering if this was possible, and/or if anyone had any other genius solutions/examples that have worked for them. Any advice would be super helpful and much appreciated :) Thanks in advance J.