The image below shows an example of how it can look to have a privacy button on your website.
The screenshot is from our own website and the privacy button is located in the footer.
Note: This instruction assumes that you have already installed Secure Privacy on your website.
Follow the following steps to add a privacy button to your website:
2. Select the background color that you prefer for your privacy button.
3. Copy the code.
4. Open your web page in any HTML editor.
5. Paste the HTML code anywhere inside the body section of your HTML page.
6. Save your page and your Privacy button will start appearing.
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