Implementing CookieYes on Blogger

Last updated on June 9, 2021

CookieYes helps in creating a cookie banner on your Blogger website, to inform the users of the usage of the cookies and to take consent for using them.

This article will explain how you can set up CookieYes on your blog/website using Blogger.

Copy Installation Code

Once you sign up with CookieYes, you will get the installation code after you choose the banner template. You can copy this code from here and paste it into your website to display the banner.

You can also copy the code from the dashboard as well. From the Site Settings section, you will see the list of your registered websites. Click on the Get Script button against your website listing. From the popup that appears, you can copy the installation code.

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Add Code to Site

After you have copied the code, go to the admin side of your Blogger website and select Theme.

In the theme section, you can see an option to Edit HTML from the Customise drop-down list.

You can now view the code of the theme. Scroll down till you see the <body></body> tags. Paste the CookieYes code between these <body> tags. Then, click on the save icon on the top right corner to save the changes. You can alternatively add the code between the <head> and </head> tags as per your preferences.

Once you implement the code, you can see the cookie banner appear on your website.

Further CookieYes Configuration

After installing the code, the next step is to customize the banner, if needed, to suit the design of your website. And then you need to configure CookieYes so that the third-party cookies are only stored when the user gives consent. You can read more about configuring the banner for rendering cookies on user consent in the CookieYes setup guide.

If there are any issues in setting up the cookie banner, you can contact our support team.

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If you have any issues or queries regarding CookieYes implementation,
feel free to contact our support team.

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