Customizing the user privacy alert

When enabled, the User Privacy Alert on public pages informs the visitors about the use of cookies and any other privacy-related issues. The alert can be dismissed by users, and a cookie is set to prevent users from seeing the banner alert on any public page for 180 days. Although we do provide default language for your convenience, the text of the alert is fully customizable. You can also include additional info in a popup modal when users click on a "Read More" link. 

The user privacy alert can be positioned either at the top of bottom of the page, depending upon your preference.

Example of the user privacy alert on a public page


Enable & customize the user privacy alert

  1. Go to Admin > Look & Feel.
  2. Click on the User Privacy Alert tab.
  3. The privacy alert is disabled by default. To enable it, set the Display Privacy Notification on Public Pages option to "Yes".
  4. Use the Privacy Notification Position option to display the alert at either top or bottom of each page.
  5. In the Alert Text field, enter the text that you would like to display in the alert that displays at the top or bottom of the page.
    1. To include a link that displays a popup with more info, be sure to include this code: 
      <a id="s-ui-cc-read-more-link">Read More</a>
    2. Click the Reset to Default button to restore the default alert text.
    3. Click the Save Alert Text button to save your changes.
  6. In the Privacy Statement field, enter the text that you would like to display in the popup that appears when users click the "Read More" link in the alert text.
    1. Click the Reset to Default button to restore the default privacy statement text.
    2. Click the Save Privacy Statement Text button to save your changes.

Navigating to the User Privacy Alert settings

Customizing the user privacy alert 

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