We’ll do our best to help you remove the Contentsquare tag as fast as possible: you will find below the list of elements to be removed.
Should anything be left behind after the removal process, don’t worry: your site data will not be collected anymore and your site’s performance won’t be impacted. We automatically stop the data collection for all former clients, meaning that the code in our tags doesn’t get executed when the site requests it.
List of elements to be removedSection titled List of elements to be removed
Removing the main tagSection titled Removing the main tag
Unless it is self-hosted, in which case you should ask internally for the procedure to remove any third party libraries, it should contain the definition of an
src attribute with
Removing the e-commerce tagSection titled Removing the e-commerce tag
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It is usually fired only on your confirmation page and it’s tied to the transaction revenue and ID variables.
Removing artificial pageviewsSection titled Removing artificial pageviews
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It is usually tied to AJAX calls or button clicks which trigger actions to display popup windows or significant page changes (URL routing, popup windows).
Removing dynamic variablesSection titled Removing dynamic variables
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It is usually tied to AJAX calls or button clicks which trigger actions to push data to third parties, scrape the HTML source of a page or connect the Contentsquare session data with a third-party tool (analytics/AB testing)
Removing data attributesSection titled Removing data attributes
There are 2 HTML attributes that may have been added to the HTML code of the website:
data-cs-override-id, where the HTML tags ID structure wasn’t either compatible with the Contentsquare tracking method or not spread throughout the whole site
data-cs-mask, where the HTML source of the page was displaying Personal Information (Personal Data) outside of input fields.
Test that nothing was left behindSection titled Test that nothing was left behind
- Go on the page you want to test using Google Chrome.
- Open the Developers Tools (Ctrl+⇧+I).
- On the Network tab, filter the list with
contentsquareand reload: the list should be empty.
- On the Search tab (it can be hidden in a menu), look for
_uxa: no result should be found.
- On the Search tab, look for
data-cs-: no result should be found.