How to set up a consent banner
Trackers on your website are putting you at risk of GDPR violations by identifying users before obtaining their consent to be tracked.
These trackers (think Google Analytics, Facebook Like Button, etc.) may transmit user data as soon as the page loads, but according to the European Court of Justice, website owners are responsible for obtaining user consent before tracker initialization.
Concord isolates risky and potentially infringing trackers from your website until user consent is obtained to supercharge your GDPR compliance and respect your users privacy.
your source code and copy it into a
We used the following options to migrate our Facebook Like button to Concord.
Diagnostic Mode on, Concord has no effect on our site.
If we navigate to our
Consent URL in
Diagnostic Mode, Concord will
tell us what it
would do in the following Response Headers:
These headers are only returned for routes with a matching
Consent URL. Concord found a match and would insert one
tracker on this route if
Diagnostic Mode was turned off.
Now that we confirmed that Concord is correctly configured in Step 2,
we can set
Diagnostic Mode: false
to allow Concord to run normally.
When you navigate to your
Consent URL, the
Consent Banner will appear.
The Facebook Like button is isolated from your source code until
consent is obtained.
The Facebook Like button loads once you provide consent!
To minimize your GDPR compliance liability, Concord isolates your
Trackers from your source code to ensure risky trackers
do not initialize before obtaining user consent.