You can use either a shortcode:
or some html:
<button class="cmplz-manage-consent">Manage consent</button>
An elemnent with class cmplz-manage-consent will work as revoke link.
Is there not a way to bring up the banner with a simple text link? Like my other Privacy Links in the footer of the page below.
Also, just for your information… I had a problem getting the shortcode to work, at least in the Divi Theme, same problem with WordPress block editor.
@rana-rene, thanks for mentioning the issue with de revoke shortcode. This will be fixed in the next update.
You can use the below css to show the button as a normal text link:
font-family: arial, sans-serif;
We haven’t heard from you in a while, is the issue resolved with the solution mentioned above? We are happy to help you further.
Kind regards, Kim van Dijk
Yes it is solved thank you… The main problem I had with the button, short code or not, was with styling. I’m not a programmer, and had a few issues with matching fonts, etc., but managed. This is the CSS if it helps others in that position.
One thing that might be useful, would be to use this in custom CSS (or at the page level) more that once. So you can apply more than one font size, etc. I’m not sure that’s clear. But, basically I needed more than one font size to make it responsive to desktops, tablets and phones.
/*** MANAGE CONSENT – BUTTON TO TEXT ***/