How to install GetComplied snippet?

GetComplied snippet

In previous posts, we taught you how to create and add Policies, cookies, projects and managing incidents.

But, in order for all this work to be seen, there’s a final step you must do. Add the snippet code to your website.

The snippet code in GetComplied can be found on your project section and look like this:

Code snippet GetComplied

Get the snippet

When you’re done adding everything you need, policies cookies, your project (if you feel lost follow our other tutorials that cover everything we’re talking about).

You’re ready to add the snippet code that will make GetComplied work in your website.

For that move to Project section(1) and click “</>Code”(2).

When you click on “Code” this will appear:

copy code snippet

Clip on “copy to clipboard”, and now your snippet code is in the clipboard (if you copy anything after this, the snippet is out of the clipboard).

Adding the snippet to the </head> tag

Disclaimer: If this step is not done properly it can harm your website, cause problems or make it unfunctional. GetComplied is not liable for possible damage caused, we recommend that you only advance if you know what you’re doing otherwise ask someone for help.

Note: If you are doing this make a backup of the files before doing any changes to prevent problems. If something goes wrong just use the backup.


If you have a Wix or WordPress website, you don’t need to do any of this to install GetComplied.


In HTML there are elements that basically tell the computer how he must read what we “humans” type.

One of those HTML elements is the Header which use the tags <head></head>. It contains metadata such as the document title, character set, styles, links, scripts, and other meta information.

GetComplied runs a script to work so we put it in the header section so it can be loaded properly.


This step may vary depending on where your website is hosted, or the software it uses to be managed.

The way to find the tag </head> is also different in depending on the case.


In the most common cases, the head tag will be found in index or header.

When editing your website code you must look for the closing tag of head, it must be like this </head>. Paste the code right above it, like this:

code snippet paste


If you pasted it in the right place and did everything correctly it should be now loading on your page.

GetComplied snippet code working

If not loading try to refresh the browser cache (ctrl+shit+f5) and/or clearing cookies.

If you can’t find the header section ask your developer where it is or ask him to do this process.


If you need help!

We have a youtube channel and other tutorials that might help.

If you still have any doubt about Incidents make sure you contact us either on social media or email

We also have a live chat you can use anytime with this icon on the bottom right corner: crisp getcomplied support

Click it to chat with us anytime.

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