The Altis Consent API provides a website administrator (you) with a centralized and consistent way of obtaining data privacy consent from your website's visitors. Data privacy consent refers to how user data is tracked, collected, or stored on a website.
We created this framework to help you readily obtain consent from your website users for various cookies that will be served on your website. With the features available in the API, a website's visitor will be able to control the types of data or cookies that can be stored and shared if you choose to offer that level of control.
To keep up with the GDPR regulations and your company's privacy and cookie policies. GDPR regulations mandate that businesses need user consent before they can collect or track any visitor data. This tool helps you create a cookie consent banner out of the box. With the banner options, a user can choose to select the cookies (data) that can be collected by the website. The framework lets you manage first party and third party cookies.
There are options to control whether to grant the user a choice to select the types of cookies they want to consent to, or an option to allow all cookies or only functional cookies. You may also easily add a cookie consent banner message in the admin settings.
In addition, a robust templating system and dozens of filters allow development teams to fully customize the options or the display of the banner, or only customize certain specific elements, based on a site's needs.
Altis' personalization features track user data using first-party cookies and are supported by default.
Altis does not do any automatic categorisation of your cookies. It provides the means for users to control their consent and for you to respond to changes in that consent. Determining which scripts fall into which category needs to be manually determined and can vary by geographical location.
statistics-anonymous categories are always allowed by default. This can be modified using the
Altis Consent is active by default. However, if your project is already using an alternative consent system and you would like to disable Altis Consent, this can be done in the project's
Alternatively, you can use the