Show a banner telling your users that you use scripts, cookies, and tracking technologies.
Show a banner telling your users that you use scripts, cookies and tracking technologies. Give them the option to opt-out of tracking and select what categories of scripts and cookies they allow.
Block tracking and ask for permission to use scripts, cookies and tracking technologies. Let your users “allow all”, or select what categories are permitted.
Control the most common scripts and cookies.
The plugin can automatically identify and block the most common scripts and cookies.
Scan your site for pre-defined scripts, manually configured scripts, and any cookies.
Use shortcodes to display scripts and cookies, informing your users about them.
Add scripts and cookies manually when needed.
ConsentMagic can scan your website and detect Google Fonts API.
You can inform your visitors about the use of Google Fonts and ask their permission when needed.
If a visitor doesn’t accent Google Fonts, the plugin can replace them with locally hosted fonts.
Google Analytics and Google Ads tags fired by the PixelYourSite plugin can use Google Consent Mode.
ConsentMagic will not block Google’s tags when missing consent but instead will instruct PixelYourSite to use consent “denied”.
denied, new cookies will not be set for advertising purposes. Additionally, third-party cookies previously set on google.com and doubleclick.net will not be used except for spam and fraud purposes. Data sent to Google will still include the full page URL, including any ad click information in the URL parameters.
Virtually ANY WordPress website owner who needs to inform visitors about cookies and tracking scripts.
No, ConsentMagic works with any tracking or pixel plugin.
ConsentMagic is a WordPress plugin and doesn’t work on Shopify.
Yes, in fact we have a ready-made GDPR rule that targets visitors from GDPR countries.
Yes, in fact we have a ready-made CCPA rule that targets visitors from California.
Yes, you can create your own rules and target any country you want.
Yes, if you have a valid license, updates will work automatically. You can also download the latest version of the plugin from your account.
Yes, you can.
If the plugin doesn’t work, you can ask for a refund during the first 14 days. Read our refund policy here.