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Managing Domain Settings in Secure Privacy

Learn how to configure and customize domain settings in Secure Privacy, including domain details, design options, blocking preferences, and template selection.
Dan Storbaek
Updated 1 week ago

Secure Privacy provides robust domain settings that allow you to tailor the privacy features and customization options for individual domains. This support article will guide you through the different aspects of domain settings and help you make the most of Secure Privacy's capabilities for your specific domains.


Access Domain Settings

- Visit the Secure Privacy website and log in to your account using your credentials.

- After logging in, navigate to the "Domains" tab in the top navigation bar. This section provides an overview of all the domains associated with your account.

- From the list of domains, choose the specific domain for which you want to configure settings. Click on the domain name to access its settings.

Customize Domain Details

Within the "Domain settings" page, you can modify specific details related to the selected domain, such as the domain name itself, associated tags, and other relevant information. Make any necessary changes and save your modifications.

- Domain

You can edit the domain name here to reflect the latest changes.

- Design

Customize the visual appearance of the cookie banner and widget for the selected domain by assigning a required design. You can find more information on how to adjust your designs here.

- Blocking

  - Automatic Blocking (default)

Enable automatic blocking of cookies and trackers based on predefined categorization of detected services/cookies and tracking sources. Under this category, the platform blocks all cookies from being placed on a visitor's device with the only exception being those that are considered essential. These typically involve cookies necessary for the websiteโ€™s operation, ensuring they can access and navigate necessary tools. However, beyond essential cookies, the user's consent is required for GDPR-like templates. This means that no other cookie / service should be able to map itself onto the user's devices without their explicit agreement. This method is an advanced privacy protection tool that prioritizes the user's right to their own data and privacy.

  - Manual Blocking

Fine-tune your cookie and tracker blocking by manually editing script sources, this means that no blocking will take place at all. In this scenario, all cookies and services will be positioned without restriction. This may be needed for manual blocking where website owners (you) can pick and choose which cookies or services you wish to allow because of no automatic regulation or control is in effect. It's crucial to understand that utilizing this method implies that users are responsible for managing their own privacy and are okay with all cookies or services being positioned until they take steps to do otherwise. This gives the user utmost flexibility, but it also demands a greater responsibility for privacy maintenance.

Google Consent Mode is a feature that allows website owners to adjust how Google's services behave based on the consent status of end users. It provides more flexibility in how you integrate and respect user consent choices for cookies used for advertising and analytics purposes. This helps comply with privacy regulations and offers users a choice in the data they share and you can select the preferred mode here (default value is OFF):

- Templates

Choose from a wide range of pre-defined legal templates that determine the blocking type and content of your cookie banner, widget, preference center, privacy policy, cookie declaration, data request form, and contextual consent.

These templates come with predefined settings for various privacy components, allowing you to quickly implement privacy measures almost without any effort on your end. More information on Templates can be found here.

By leveraging these domain settings, you can ensure a personalized and compliant user experience while maintaining granular control over data collection and tracking on your domains.

Managing domain settings in Secure Privacy gives you the flexibility to customize and optimize privacy features for each domain individually. By adjusting domain details, design elements, blocking preferences, and templates, you can create a seamless and privacy-conscious browsing experience for your website visitors.

Remember to regularly review and update your domain settings to align with your privacy requirements and compliance standards. For any further assistance or questions, feel free to reach out to our support team at

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