To ensure that the Web SDK is served from your own domain and infrastructure, we recommend setting up a reverse proxy. This ensures that the SDK is cached on your own servers while allowing you to use the latest version from the SDK and from the consent notice configuration.

Web SDK structure

The Web SDK is served on and is made of two different types of files:

  • Core: Static files that contain all the logic and UI of the SDK. Those files are updated regularly when Didomi releases a new version of the SDK. They are usually marked with a version stamp and have a very long lifetime (up to 1 year).

  • Configuration: Dynamic files that contain the configuration of consent notices . Those files are updated every time you publish a new version of the consent notice in the Didomi Console. They have a short lifetime (from minutes to 1 hour).

We do not guarantee the number of files or the structure of their names as those can change pretty often as we update our SDK and optimize it. Do not try to cache specific files: all files from the domain should be proxied and cached without any filtering on your side.

Reverse proxy setup

To setup a reverse proxy, implement the following steps.

Create a dedicated sub-domain

Create a dedicated sub-domain and point it to your reverse proxy. We'll use as an example in this documentation but any sub-domain will do.

Configure a reverse proxy

Configure the reverse proxy software of your choice to proxy all files from to with their associated path. The proxy must query the Didomi CDN in HTTPS.

For instance, the request GET should be proxied to

Origin / Didomi CDN

When proxying a request to the Didomi CDN, your proxy should be configured with the following rules:



Forward path and query-string

The full path and query-string of requests must be forwarded in entirety to the Didomi CDN.

Do not forward cookies

Cookies should not be forwarded to the Didomi CDN and can be discarded from the request.

Forward user IP

The original IP of the user should be forwarded to the Didomi CDN in a X-Forwarded-For header.

Cache based on geo

The Didomi CDN files are generated and served based on the user country. Ensure that your proxy acts the same way and caches different versions of a given file based on the country of the user request.

Files are not specific to a given user but to a specific country.

Client and caching behavior

After getting a file from the Didomi CDN, your proxy must respect all cache headers returned by the Didomi CDN (Cache-Control, Expires, etc.) to ensure that files updated on the Didomi CDN get updated in your proxy as well.

If your proxy is querying the Didomi CDN more often than indicated by the cache headers, it must include HTTP headers like If-Modified-Since or Etag from the cached files.

Files can be cached locally by your proxy and used if stale for increasing reliability.

Configure the SDK

Once your sub-domain and proxy are setup, update the embed tag from the Didomi Console to replace with your sub-domain. This ensures that the first request to load the Didomi SDK (the loader.js file) uses your sub-domain.


The following two limits apply when using a reverse proxy for serving the Didomi SDK.

When you publish changes to a consent notice with a the regular SDK domain, the notice is instantaneously updated on your website. The cache of the Didomi CDN is invalidated to ensure that the changes are immediate. With a reverse proxy, an additional delay is added as the cache of the proxy is not immediately cleared. Having a mechanism to clear the proxy cache after publishing a consent notice can help solve this problem.

Country in Analytics

To avoid doing HTTP requests to determine the user location, Didomi embeds the user country in the SDK files. The SDK files are served and cached based on the user country. If the reverse proxy correctly caches files based on the user country then that behavior will function as intended.

If the reverse proxy does not cache files based on the user country, all users will appear as being located in a single country (the one where the reverse proxy is located). This only impacts the country-based analytics and does not impact the correct behavior of the SDK or the consent management.