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What is a cookie consent banner?
A cookie consent banner is a pop-up that appears on websites upon the user`s first visit to the site.
Cookie consent banners first started to show up on virtually every website in the EU in response to the ePrivacy Directive of 2011, popularly called "The cookie law".
According to the Directive, all websites setting cookies had to inform their users about this.
The purpose of cookie consent banners therefore was to get consent from the users of the website to the setting of cookies.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and ePrivacy Directive (ePR) affect how you as a website
owner must obtain and store cookie consents from your visitors from the EU.
The General Data Protection Regulation was enforced on 25 May 2018.
The GDPR is the most significant initiative regarding data protection in over 20 years.
It sets strict regulations on how personal data must be handled, and comes with heavy fines for those who fail to comply.
The ePrivacy Directive
The so-called 'cookie law', the ePrivacy Directive, is in the process of becoming an actual regulation.
It will probably enter into force in 2019.
This module is compatible with
- Odoo Enterprise and Community versions
To configure Cookie Notice module go to
Website -> Cookie Notice,
then create configuration for your website.
Select the website for cookie notice and
You can select 2 types of cookie notice
You can move banner/terminal at any position you want
1. Top Left
2. Top Right
3. Bottom Left
4. Bottom Right
Look how it looks like on the website
You will get free support and assistance in case of any issues
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