This guide shows you how you can customise your widget to give it the look and feel of your own brand and website.
Depending on your Openli plan you'll have different styling options available in your Openli dashboard.
Go to "Widgets" and select your cookie widget. Click on "Edit widget" to access the customisation options.
You'll have several options to style your widget to your liking in the side menu.
Setting the display language
The cookie widget currently supports these languages, in the given jurisdictions:
Supported in jurisdiction
None, or en-us
*Our widget currently uses the rules from Denmark (DK) for this jurisdiction, with specific support for local rules planned for a future version.
Additional jurisdictions and languages will be added over time.
If you do not specify a language, or if the language you set is not supported by us in the visitor's jurisdiction, English will be used. The table above lists the supported combinations.
To set the display language, initialise your widget with the locale option set to the value for the language you desire. For example, to use Danish when the jurisdiction is Denmark, your widget's initialisation would look similar to this:
Widget button colours
Most of the European data protection agencies, including the Danish and French, have issued cookie guidelines in which they mention that the “accept” vs “reject” buttons (also referred to as "accept all" vs "accept necessary" or "yes" vs "no") should have the same colour.
We therefore recommend that you take a look at your cookie pop-up and make sure that your cookie pop-up’s buttons have the same colours.
If you are using Openli’s cookie solution, it's easy to change your buttons’ colour by following these steps: