How to Display a Cookie Audit Table on Your Website Using CookieYes?
Last updated on October 12th, 2020.
You can use a cookie audit table to notify your website visitors about the types of cookies you use, its purposes, and other specifications.
CookieYes enables you to add cookie audit tables inside your cookie consent banner as well as display them on the front end of your website. You can also customize the cookie audit tables set by CookieYes with much ease.
Our setup guide will help you get started with CookieYes.
Displaying cookie audit tables on the front end of your websiteCookieYes allows you to display category wise cookie audit tables on your website so that your site visitors can see it on their browsers. To do this:
Insert the code
<div class="cky-audit-table-element"></div>anywhere on your website.
See how your website will look like, after adding this code.
Cookie audit tables displayed on the front end of a website
Customizing cookie audit tableCookieYes lets you customize the column labels of your cookie audit table. This is how you can do it:
Step 1: Sign in to your CookieYes account. If you don’t have an account, sign up here for free.
Step 2: Navigate to Consent Banner in the left panel > Click Content and Color to expand the menu.
Step 3: Go to the Audit Table tab > Change the label names according to your preference > Click Save Changes to save all your settings.
- If you want to add further customization to your cookie audit table, you can include it inside the CSS tab under the Content and Color menu.
Upgrade to CookieYes Premium plan (either Basic or Pro) to use the custom CSS feature.
Customized cookie audit tables
Adding cookies to the cookie audit table manuallyCookieYes also allows you to add cookies to your cookie audit table manually.
Below are the steps to add a cookie audit table to your website:
Step 1: From your CookieYes dashboard, go to Manage Cookies in the left panel > Select the cookie category in which you want to add a cookie audit table.
Step 2: Click on the + Add New Cookie button.
Step 3: Enter the Cookie ID, Domain, Type, Duration, and Description in the respective text boxes > Click Submit.
- Cookie ID: Enter the name of the cookie. You can add a user-friendly name, as this field is for audit purposes.
- Domain: Add the domain from which the cookie is being installed on the users’ browser.
- Type: Select either http or https based on the domain.
- Duration: Specify the time duration the cookies will persist on the users’ browser.
- Description: Enter the description of the cookie to help users clearly understand the purpose of a cookie, the type of data it collects, etc.
Ensure that you have added the CookieYes script to your website, as described in our setup guide. Then, the cookie banner consisting of your cookie audit table will be published on your website.
Here’s how CookieYes displays the cookie audit table in the cookie consent banner. Click Preferences and go to the respective cookie category to see the cookie audit table that you have added.
Cookie audit table set by CookieYes
If you have any issues or queries regarding CookieYes, feel free to contact our support team.