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Adding a web page counter

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by timeXway, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. timeXway

    timeXway Registered

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    Hello everyone, i'm new here.

    How i can i add my own web page counter, i want one that shows only the uniq user opening the page not like the one i have, if u click refeash it will count it

    can anyone help?

    does cpanel has one that i can add to my page?

    check the one i have now, www.q8riderz.com/eventgallery.html
    thanx
     
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  2. Rickvz

    Rickvz Well-Known Member

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    I would suggest looking at hotscripts.com and see what is available. The counter in cPanel will increment if you refresh the page. Most counters I have seen will also increment with a refresh but there may be one out there somewhere.
     
  3. teksupportrena

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    It is simple

    Adding counters to your webpage is a simple thing.

    cPanel provides an efficient utility for this. Using this you can create a counter to count and show how many visitors have been to your site.

    For setting this login to your cPanel.
    http://domainname.com:2082

    Then Click on the icon above the CGI Scripts.
    Click on Counter
    Select the desired options and check the preview of the counter.
    If the preview is ok, click on the html button, it will display the corresponding code.

    Put this code in your webpage.

    Check it in browser................:)
     
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