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What's a CSP?

Content Security Policy (CSP) is a security standard used in web browsers to prevent websites from loading content from unapproved sources.

Your website might be using CSP to stop bad actors from slipping malicious content into it through Cross Site Scripting (XSS) or click jacking.

If you're using the Stonly widget to display content on your pages or collect data for targeting, you will need to approve Stonly domains in the CSP. Otherwise, the browser will block Stonly features from loading for your users.