Support » Plugin: WP-Matomo Integration (WP-Piwik) » cant even get it set up

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  • Plugin Author braekling

    (@braekling)

    As already mentioned in your support thread:

    Please have a look at the FAQ and the documentation:

    This plugin adds a Piwik stats site to your WordPress dashboard. It’s also able to add the Piwik tracking code to your blog.

    To use this plugin you will need your own Piwik instance. If you do not already have a Piwik setup, you have two simple options: use either Self-hosted or Cloud-hosted.

    -> https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-piwik/

    Where can I find the Piwik URL and the Piwik auth token?

    To use this plugin you will need your own Piwik instance. If you do not already have a Piwik setup, you have two simple options: use either Self-hosted or Cloud-hosted.

    As soon as Piwik works, you’ll be able to configure WP-Piwik: The Piwik URL is the same URL you use to access your Piwik, e.g. for the demo site: http://demo.piwik.org. The auth token is some kind of a secret password, which allows WP-Piwik to get the necessary data from Piwik. To get your auth token, log in to Piwik, click at your user name (top right) and click at “API” (left sidebar menu).

    You can get a more detailed description here: https://piwik.org/blog/2015/05/wordpress-integration-wp-piwik-1-0/

    -> https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-piwik/faq/

    And, a detailed and illustrated description:
    https://piwik.org/blog/2015/05/wordpress-integration-wp-piwik-1-0/

    If there are any questions left, please feel free to ask.

    It’s not that complicated, really. If you expect the power that this plugin gives you, then you need to expect that you will have to put a bit of time in to setting it up.

    If you cannot set it up, then you probably wouldn’t understand what it does for you, anyway.

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