Access.jsscript is to display paywalls. That's where
Audit.jscomes to the rescue: it will allow you to track more interactions with your site like sessions, visits, that are not in the scope of
Audit.jsto your site is only a few lines of code:
Audit.jswill send a page-view event to your dashboard.
Access.jswill automatically detect the
Audit.jsscript and wait for the page-view event to be done before going further with displaying the paywall. This is done to ensure
Access.jsbase their actions against the same cookie/visitor. In order to avoid waiting for
Audit.jsand display the paywall directly, please see