Modify the text of the consent dialog

Before you can use Tracking consent on your site, you must create the title and the text of the consent dialog, called consentDialog.html. If you require different style or functionality of the template, you can either modify the default one, or create new dialogs.

To do this, perform the following:

  1. In Sitefinity CMS backend, navigate to Administration » Labels & Messages.
  2. Using the search box, search for the labels with the following resource keys:
    • TrackingConsentDialogTitle
      This is the label of the title of the consent dialog.
    • TrackingConsentDialogDescription
      This is the message that is displayed to explain to the users what tracking consent means
    • TrackingConsentDialogAccept
      This is the label of the button that the user uses to consent to tracking.
    • TrackingConsentDialogReject
      This is the label of the button that the user uses to forbid tracking.
  3. Click the respective resource.
  4. In the text box, enter the desired text.
    If you have more than one language versions of your site, you can enter different text for each language.
  5. Save your changes.

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