Configuring privacy page and cookie banner¶
The content is read from a
ConfigMap. You need to configure the values in
ui.privacy.page to enable the feature and set the reference ConfigMap name and key.
ui.privacy.page.enabled need to be
enabling the privacy page.
If you don’t set the ConfigMap name and key, a sample will be used instead. You can start from it as a template to create your customized ConfigMap.
The Markdown syntax is fully supported for the privacy page content.
Since RenkuLab requires user identification and implements a login system, cookies are required at all levels to provide basic functionality. Please mind that cookies are also used for anonymous users (i.e. without an account or not currently logged in). To comply with international laws, it’s strongly advised to explicitly require consent to the user for storing these data and using cookies.
To activate this feature, please set
ui.privacy.enabled: true. We have already configured a
default cookie banner to inform the users about the aforementioned requirements and points to
point them to the privacy page for further details.
It’s possible to customize the banner to your own needs, changing both the appearance and the
content. We use cookie consent to
create the banner and we support customization of all the properties exposed by the library.
All the adjustments should be provided as values in
ui.privacy.banner as follows:
content: The HTML content of the cookie banner. Please mind that links should point to local content. Use the privacy page to add references to third party sites.
layout: The list of properties for the cookies consent plugin. We use Bootstrap for the UI, therefore all the Bootstrap classes can be used to customize the appearance.
You can refer to the current values.yaml in the renku-ui repository to check the default values and to find an example of how to apply different settings.