Google AMP (Beta) Integration

Google AMP (Beta) Integration

UniConsent is working with Google’s AMP team and enable AMP websites to collect and manage consents. You can setup UniConsent CMP on your AMP websites.

Once you have installed UniConsent CMP on your AMP website, the IAB TCF consent and signals are passing to Google Ad Manager, Google Ads, AdSense and the other ad tech vendors.

Due to the limitation of Google AMP, most of your ad tench vendor may not be supported.

Google AMP CMP Setup steps

<script
  async
  custom-element="amp-consent"
  src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-consent-0.1.js"
></script>

2. Config UniConsent CMP Tag

<amp-consent id="uniconsent" layout="nodisplay" type="UniConsent">
  <script type="application/json">
    {
      "postPromptUI": "post-consent-ui",
      "clientConfig": {
        "id": "Your Website ID in UniConsent"
      },
      "uiConfig": {
        "overlay": true
      }
    }
  </script>

  <div
    id="post-consent-ui"
    tabindex="0"
    role="button"
    on="tap:uniconsent.prompt(consent=UniConsent)"
    style="display: flex; width: 40px; height: 40px; justify-content: center; align-items: center; cursor: pointer; margin: 0 0 10px 10px;float: left; border-radius: 25px; background-image: linear-gradient(37deg,#c7c7c7,#e0e0e0);"
  >
    <svg
      xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"
      width="20"
      height="20"
      viewBox="0 0 80 80"
    >
      <g xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
        <path
          d="M34,0 C34,0 23.6964545,11.1724138 0,11.1724138 L0,37.8256034 C0,51.7436379 6.68872727,65.1658966 18.7989091,73.7658621 C23.0844545,76.8103448 28.1396364,79.4288793 34,81 C39.8603636,79.4288793 44.914,76.8103448 49.2010909,73.7658621 C61.3112727,65.1658966 68,51.7436379 68,37.8256034 L68,11.1724138 C44.3035455,11.1724138 34,0 34,0 Z"
          id="Shape"
          fill="#556080"
          fill-rule="nonzero"
        ></path>
        <path
          d="M33.5,72 C30.2491562,70.8407063 27.1024375,69.1817891 24.1165,67.0482991 C14.6503125,60.2873765 9,49.3527184 9,37.797358 L9,19.0691292 C20.3174687,17.7567475 28.3534687,14.1786635 33.5,11 C38.6465312,14.1786635 46.6825312,17.7567475 58,19.0691292 L58,37.797358 C58,49.3527184 52.3496875,60.2873765 42.8850312,67.0482991 C39.8975625,69.1817891 36.7508438,70.8407063 33.5,72 Z"
          id="Shape"
          fill="#4FBA6F"
          fill-rule="nonzero"
        ></path>
        <path
          d="M52.4745773,28.3573401 C51.8332457,27.8315443 50.8604567,27.8936575 50.2992916,28.4931226 L29.799806,50.4422109 L18.6320032,39.9782954 C18.0292132,39.4134982 17.0548825,39.4134982 16.4520925,39.9782954 C15.8493025,40.5430927 15.8493025,41.4560129 16.4520925,42.0208102 L28.7853921,53.5767632 C29.0752247,53.8483281 29.4668069,54 29.8753475,54 C29.8923058,54 29.909264,54 29.9262223,54 C30.3532628,53.9869996 30.7540951,53.8078823 31.0346776,53.5074275 L52.6179519,30.3955214 C53.1791171,29.7946118 53.1143672,28.8816915 52.4745773,28.3573401 Z"
          id="Shape"
          fill="#FFFFFF"
          fill-rule="nonzero"
        ></path>
      </g>
    </svg>
  </div>
</amp-consent>

3. Install AMP GEO Tag on your AMP pages

<script
  async
  custom-element="amp-geo"
  src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-geo-0.1.js"
></script>

4. Blocking analytics or ads components

<meta name="amp-consent-blocking" content="amp-ad,amp-analytics" />

If you don't want to block any components, you still need the amp-consent-blocking meta tag:

<meta name="amp-consent-blocking" content="" />

5. Block a particular component

<amp-ad
  data-block-on-consent
  width="320"
  height="50"
  type="doubleclick"
  data-slot="/000000/mobile_ad_banner"
>
</amp-ad>

6. Hide or update Privacy Badge

Due to the technical limitation of Google AMP, you can't update privacy badge within the dashboard. If you like to hide or update it, you can remove or update the content of the part <div id="post-consent-ui">...</div> in the previous code.