Except for exempt categories of cookies, the Cookie Law also requires you to obtain users’ informed and active consent before storing cookies on a user’s device and/or tracking them. Scripts that install or could install cookies must be blocked before consent is obtained; users must be able to deny or withdraw consent, and they must be fully informed of what actions constitute consent.
We suggest that you take a look at this article for further details on complying with the Cookie Law.
Our Cookie Solution makes it easy for you to meet these requirements by allowing you to:
You can collect consent via multiple mechanisms including continued browsing, scrolling, and/or specific clicking actions. Keep in mind though that allowed consenting actions may differ depending on the Member State law.
The process is straightforward:
To configure the iubenda Cookie Solution you must modify the
HEAD of your Squarespace site. To do so, you first need to click on Settings > Advanced > Code Injection.
Code Injection is a Squarespace premium feature available only on Business and Commerce plans.
On this screen that follows, you will need to copy paste your iubenda Cookie Solution code in the box of the Header section.
You can find your Cookie Solution code here: Dashboard > [Your website/app] then Cookie Solution > Embed.
Now simply click on Save.
This will cause the iubenda cookie banner to appear on the page at each user’s first visit. User consent will be registered via the latter’s continued browsing activity and then memorized so that the Cookie Solution will not be reactivated on the same user’s next visit.
All available options to customize the cookie banner’s style and behaviour are described in this guide.
Remember to set up the blocking of scripts that require prior user consent by using one of the methods outlined in this guide.
After installation, please be sure to set-up prior blocking, as this is legally mandatory under EU Law. You can find various methods of prior blocking along with full instructions in this guide.