The cookie-policy project displays a modal to each first-time visitor to manage which cookies they would like to accept. We have rolled out successfully across over 30 of our sites.
How to support the extension
Here is a subset of the CSS injected into the site by the plugin. As you can see
.cookie-policy is targeted and happens to be the container class used by our cookie-policy.
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display: none !important;
There are a few body classes but they have been kept to a minimum for good reason.
This isn’t what we want to happen and we believe it’s important to respect the wishes of our users so we want to support this extension. Therefore we removed the scroll lock after the cookie management modal appeared as there was no way to identify if the modal was being hidden via this extension.
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