Languages of the cookie banner

Modified on Tue, 12 Dec 2023 at 09:34 PM

illow cookie banner is available in 25 languages.

You can select a specific language or use the multilanguage feature.


When the multilanguage feature is enabled, all content will be displayed in the user's browser language, ensuring that visitors from various countries can easily comprehend your banner's contents and thereby enhance compliance.



This means, that all cookie banner texts are shown in the specific user's language. This includes:

  • All cookie banner texts.
  • Cookie policy (if used the cookie policy created by illow).
  • Privacy policy (if used the cookie policy created by illow).
  • DSR form.


List of languages:

  • English
  • English (UK)
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Portuguese (PT)
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • German
  • Romanian
  • Dutch
  • Arabic
  • Polish
  • Norwegian
  • Slovak
  • Finnish
  • Bulgarian
  • Czech
  • Hungarian
  • Turkish
  • Thai
  • Swedish
  • Danish
  • Greek
  • Ukrarian
  • Serbian
  • Russian
  • Slovenian
  • Hebrew
  • Croatian


To set up the language for your site, you can do so from our platform by following these steps:


Side menu > Cookie banner > Position & Format > Language


Once here, you can choose from approximately 30 different languages, and we continuously add more to enhance our product.


Keep in mind that when you choose a language for your site, it will be permanently configured to display in that language regardless of where the user accesses your site from.



If you want to know how to set multiple languages for the banner according to the languages on your website and not on the user's browser langyage, we invite you to read our article How to set up multiple format laguages on my site


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