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the matomo plugin offers the option to ask the user for consent.
Any ideas how to display such a message when somebody visits the site?
I have simply no idea where the user have to give his consent.
There is the optin check box you should insert into your site's privacy page.
There is a content macro available.
Then you can use the cookieconsent plugin to link to/notify to that page. That's what we use here (and we follow if someone's browser says "don't track") and which to my knowledge already complies with GDPR requirements.
There is also another consent which might not directly work out of the box:
Probably the option text is not complete that there is some extra js required…
the iframe feature is what i have implemented on my site.
But with this solution at least two pages are tracked before the visitor can disable tracking:
1. the homepage
2. the privacy page
Thats why I am looking for the "asking for consent" solution:
But cant get it to work.
We actually followed those instruction (I think) but maybe something is missing. But the opt out iframe should be sufficient by the GDPR especially if you generally followed this guide: https://matomo.org/blog/2018/04/how-to-make-matomo-gdpr-compliant-in-12-steps/
Yes I did :-)
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