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How to remove automatic blocking option from a script

Steps to take to remove the automatic blocking from a script

To remain compliant with data privacy laws around the world, by design, Clym automatically blocks certain categories of scripts unless consent is provided by the user. Since Clym automatically detects the scripts running on your website and categorizes them for you when possible, our platform may block certain scripts from running on your website for users by default where privacy laws require it. If you notice that this is affecting your website's basic functionality, you may wish to remove the option for users to have this script blocked.


If your scripts are hosted within your website, or GTM, please follow the steps below. If your scripts are hosted in Clym, you do not need to perform any actions.


If you want to make sure that a certain script is not blocked, adding the additional attribute for this result is an easy 3-step process:

Please note that if you remove the option for a script to be blocked, on a script that collects personal data of any kind, you may be at risk for noncompliance. Please proceed with performing this workaround below with caution.



1. Access your website

To begin, please access your website. Within your website's code, locate the script that you would like to keep from being blocked.


2. Copy attribute

Copy the attribute below.

<script data-clym-blocking="restrict-blocking"></script>


3. Add the additional attribute to the script

Go back to your website editor, and add the attribute above to the script you are working on.

If you encounter any challenges, please reach out to us at support@clym.io.