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4/29/18
Original Poster
gregonews

How to move the cookie banner ?

Hi bloggers!
My question is: How to move the cookie banner from the bottom of the page to the top of my Blogger page?

Thank you for your help and have a nice day or evening.
GREG
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Chuck Croll
4/29/18
Chuck Croll
Hi,

Thanks for sharing your question today - and welcome to the Blogger Support forums.


You can move the banner from the top of the screen, to the bottom, using CSS.


#cookieChoiceInfo {
bottom: 0;
top: auto;
}


If the banner is at the bottom, try deleting the "cookieChoiceInfo" rule (above). Alternately, try adding a complementary rule.


#cookieChoiceInfo {
bottom: auto;
top: 0;
}



You add the code (possibly delete the code) using the Template Designer "Add CSS" wizard.


I hope that this helps you understand the possibilities!  Please, let me know if you have more questions!


4/29/18
Original Poster
gregonews

Hello and thank you! I would also like to know how to set the cookie bar at the top of my web page. Thank you again for your answer


Chuck Croll
5/2/18
Chuck Croll
Have you ever used the Template Designer "Add CSS" wizard?

4/29/18
Original Poster
gregonews
No, why  ?
Chuck Croll
4/29/18
Chuck Croll
Find "Add CSS" in the Advanced tab, and make a text copy of the content - and paste here.  You access Template Designer using the "Customize" button on the dashboard "Theme" page.

Let's see what you have.

Hoping that your blog is "www.gregonews.com", you have 2 copies of the same code (one may be built in to the template).

#cookieChoiceInfo {
bottom: 0;
top: auto;
}

That code forces the banner to the bottom.   You repeatedly state the need to move the banner to the top.

You need to remove the above code, and / or add the reverse code.

#cookieChoiceInfo {
bottom: auto;
top: 0;
}

as I suggest above.
5/1/18
Original Poster
gregonews
Thank you for your help and patience! I'm really happy it works and now I have the cookie banner at the top of my page it's beautiful. Greetings and see you soon. Thank you Greg
Chuck Croll
5/2/18
Chuck Croll
That's great news, Greg.  Thanks for the update!
 
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