The following Consent Configuration options are available:
Before obtaining consent, your
Consent Banner will appear at this wildcard-compatible URL. Once consent is obtained, Concord will insert
Trackers in the matching
Consent Configuration onto the page.
Consent Route must include your hostname and may include wildcards designated by an asterisk (*) which match any number of characters before or after the required hostname.
|all routes on yoursite.com|
|subdomains and subroutes of yoursite.com/blog including /blog|
|subdomains and subroutes of yoursite.com/blog excluding /blog|
Use wildcard routes to apply a single
Consent Configuration to more than one page.
Show what Concord would do if it was running normally on a route by adding diagnostic headers to the response. Use it to safely migrate your trackers to Concord without affecting your site.
Diagnostic Mode is helpful for setting up Concord without affecting your site.
Diagnostic Mode suspends Concord's normal operation and attaches the following headers to page responses:
Concord-Agreed [boolean]: Whether or not the user has consented
Concord-Agreement-Version [string]: The active version of your terms of service (see Agreement history)
Concord-Matching-Route [string]: the Consent route matching the request
Concord-Route-Trackers-Found [number]: the number of scripts that would be inserted
Concord-Route-Trackers-Removed [number]: the number of scripts that would be removed before user consent
Concord-Agreement-Expiry-Seconds [number]: the number of seconds until a user must re-consent (defaults to
These are response headers from Concord in diagnostic mode.