This guide is designed to help customers installing our cookie widget on their Webflow based website. Follow these few simple steps to get up and running quickly.
In order to add Openli (or any other custom code) to your Webflow website, you must have paid plan on Webflow
Before following these steps, please be sure that you have:
- Added your website's URL (either during the signup process or in the settings page)
To install your widget, you'll need your cookie widget code snippet.
To find your code snippet, go to the Openli dashboard and select "Widgets" in the side menu. Click on the cookie widget you previously created and copy the code.
It will look like this:
Notice that the value for
widgetPublicKeywill be different in your code snippet
To insert the code snippet on your page, go to your Webflow project settings and select "Custom code".
Now go to the "Footer code"-section and insert your snippet.
Add the Openli cookie widget code snippet in the text area and click save changes.
The final step you need to take to make sure your cookies are compliant is to block the scripts that set them on your website, so the widget can enable them only when a visitor gives consent.
This step is a bit more technical, however, this guide shows you how to categorise the scripts that set cookies on your website to enable blocking. You might need a developer to help you.
Congratulations on completing your first step towards collecting compliant cookie consent. Pad your self on the back and know that our mascot Li is proud of you.