How to display the cookies consent bar according to the visitor’s location
This tutorial shows how to display the cookies consent bar according to the visitor’s location usign the MapTiler Geolocation API.
Copy the following code, paste it into your favorite text editor, and save it as a
YOUR_MAPTILER_API_KEY_HEREwith your actual MapTiler API key.
The next it’s up to you. You can start the map in a different place by modifying the
starting zoom, and you can change the look of the map to any of our styles, or yours, by updating the
style. See what’s available here.
Install the npm package.
Include the CSS file.
If you have a bundler that can handle CSS, you can
importthe CSS or include it with a
<link>in the head of the document via the CDN
Call MapTiler’s Geolocation API to get information about the visitor’s location based on the IP address.
Get the user’s location country code.
<head>of your HTML file. To display the cookie consent bar, we will use a third-party library (you can use any library you like or implement your own). In the example we are using Osano Cookie Consent.
Initialize the cookie consent bar using the user’s country code.
View complete source code on GitHub
Check out the tutorials How to center map based on visitor’s location, How to display disputed borders based on visitor’s location and How to change the map labels language based on visitor’s location.
Visit the MapTiler Geolocation API reference for Geolocation response object properties. Like for example, the name of the country, the city, etc.
Visit the MapTiler Planter schema to know how it is organized into different thematic layers and which attribute and values each layer contains.