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CCM19 Integration variants

There are three possible ways in which you can use the CCM19 Cookie Consent Tool. In principle, the tool is used to prevent the execution of certain scripts until the visitor has consented to their execution.

These scripts can store cookies, local storage elements or other objects in visitors' browsers or otherwise read data. We will not go into the legal background any further at this point; this is exclusively about the technical implementation.

Each of the three options can reliably block the execution of scripts. Options 2 and 3 also effectively prevent scripts from being preloaded. However, these are also somewhat more complex to implement.

The basic requirement in each case is that the CCM19 code snippet has been integrated into your page - this step is explained here.

Please always select only ONE of the three methods for use!

Option 1 - Script blocking

This is the standard option, which is also used in the onboarding process. The CCM19 scanner examines your page and reads out which scripts are being used. The content of your banner is then compiled from this.

Only the script/HTML snippet from CCM19 needs to be integrated into your page, the rest can be managed via the user interface.

From a technical point of view, CCM19 prevents theexecutionof the scripts until consent for execution has been given.

Easy to use, everything in one interface, super quick to set up. Reliable blocking of scripts. No deeper work in the HTML / templates of the pages necessary.

Scripts can still beloadedby the browserbutnot**executed. If the load alone already sets cookies, this can lead to problems. Therefore, you should always check afterwards whether cookies that are not technically necessary are set before the Consent.


Option 2 - Tag Manager functionality

You can use CCM19 as a tag manager, which manages the scripts within CCM19 and only loads and executes them after consent.

To do this, enter the HTML code, e.g. the Google Analytics script, in CCM19 for the appropriate integration in the "Source code of integration" field and remove the code for this from the HTML of your page. Where and how you do this depends on your CMS or store system. In most cases, these scripts can also be deactivated via the CMS interface.

From a technical point of view, CCM19 prevents theloadingandexecutionof the scripts until consent for execution is given. It is therefore a cleaner method, which also has the advantage that it has a positive effect on the loading speed of the page, because scripts only have to be loaded if there is consent.

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Option 3 - HTML modification

Alternatively, it is possible to block scripts directly in the source code of the website and release and execute them with the consent of the page visitor via CCM19. This variant is available for both inline scripts and external scripts. The basic procedure is as follows:

  1. The type attribute is replaced or defined as follows: type="text/x-ccm-loader"
  2. For external scripts, the src attribute is replaced: data-ccm-loader-src

This adjustment means that a browser no longer recognizes the corresponding script as JavaScript code to be executed and initially refrains from processing it.

CCM19 recognizes scripts that are defined according to this scheme and treats them like any other script. All rules that are stored for scripts in the CCM19 configuration of your domain apply.

Handle each script tag of your website that is to be blocked or released and reloaded according to this function. As an example, this could look as follows:

External script:

<script data-ccm-loader-src="https://your.site/script.js"

Inline script:

<script type="text/x-ccm-loader">
    // Your code here

Group for the script loader

If you use HTML modification to block scripts on your website, you can group the treated scripts and release them uniformly via an integration.

A group is defined for this purpose; you choose the group name yourself - for the following examples, we have chosen example-group. The group is specified using thedata-ccm-loader-groupattribute.

External script:

<script data-ccm-loader-group="example-group"

Inline script:

<script type="text/x-ccm-loader" data-ccm-loader-group="example-group">
    // Your code here

Enter the group name in the relevant integration under "Group for the script loader" to link the integration to the selected scripts on your website.


As soon as a site visitor allows such an integration, the grouped scripts are reloaded.

Technically, CCM19 uses this type of integration to prevent theloadingandexecutionof the scripts until consent for execution has been given.

This variant gives the user the greatest flexibility, as individual scripts with special functions that only occur on one page, for example, can also be controlled in this way.