1. Go to our Free Cookie Consent Solution page to start creating the Cookie Consent code.

  2. Choose the consent type you're looking for.

  3. Enter the name of your website.

  4. If you have a Privacy Policy, include a link to your Privacy Policy.

    If you do not have a Privacy Policy, you can use our Privacy Policy Generator and create it within minutes.

    Once you have the Privacy Policy created by TermsFeed, click Copy from the Link to your Privacy Policy section to copy the URL.

  5. At Step 3, add a name for the script you're adding. In this case, "Google Tag Manager."

    Step 3 is optional, but it's a useful step that you can use to convert your <script> tags into <script> tags that the Free Cookie Consent tool needs for it to work properly (ie. it adds the type="text/plain" and data-cookie-consent="tracking" parameters to the tag).

  6. Select the type of script. In the case of "Google tag Manager", select Tracking.

  7. Go to your Google Tag Manager account and copy the installation code under "Install Google Tag Manager".

  8. Go back to the Free Cookie Consent page. Paste the Google Tag Manager code in the box and click the Add this script button.

  9. The Google Tag Manager code is now added and it's converted to work with the Free Cookie Consent tool.

  10. Done. You've created your Cookie Consent Notice Banner. Copy the generated code.

In the example below, we'll use a website powered by WordPress. If your website uses a different CMS, the steps remain relatively the same: edit your theme/website and add the generated code in the footer section of all your webpages, usually before the </body> tag.

  1. Go to your website. If you use WordPress, go to Appearance and click on Theme File Editor.

  2. In the Edit Themes section from Theme files on the right side, choose footer.php.

  3. Scroll down up to the </body>. Before this HTML tag, paste the generated code of the Cookie Consent.

  4. Click on Update file.

  5. Done!

The Cookie Consent Notice Banner will be displayed on your website with the Google Tag Manager code integrated (ie. it will load based on the consent preference selected).