Oct 8, 2019 3:32 AM - edited Oct 8, 2019 3:39 AM
- I am aware that the favoured solution is to use Hubspot cookie consent banner instead of the external cookie banner and then use https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/methods/tracking_code_api/get_consent_status to handle cookie acceptance only via Hubspot policy. Anyway I was looking for something the other way round as I don't favour to touch the current cookie constent banner on the corporate website.
Thank you for your input in advanced!
Oct 23, 2019 9:38 AM
Hey @cdhq_cpander , This video by @jackcoldrick is an amazing resource to check out with what you want to do: https://embed.vidyard.com/watch/KdFMiRv8ZrkZPSvHt2q6t4. With HubSpot's tracking code, cookies are automatically added to the page, and you'll need to revoke the cookies if they don't click on accept, or keep them there if they do. That being said, using the HubSpot banner and altering its appearance by overriding the HubSpot CSS is a far easier solution in my opinion!
Aug 20, 2020 6:48 AM
we are in the same situation you we're a year ago, so I'm wondering if you found a solution to how you could stick to using the cookie consent banner on your corporate website?
We have a more specific cookie consent banner on our corporate website and unfortunately even modifying the HubSpot-banner will not fullfill our needs – therefore we will need to use the corporate one, but obviously need to get the cookie consent information into HubSpot as well.
So, any solution?
Sep 2, 2020 6:10 AM
thanks for your comment - unfortunately we also don't have solution about that issue yet. 😕 We are thinking of updating our cookie consent corporate website banner in general soon as well. I will let you know if there's any solution coming up on my side...