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Traffic Counter

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by chike, May 18, 2010.

  1. chike

    chike Member

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    Could I be able to get a nice traffic [hit] counter for my website through/from my cpanel account control panel?
     
  2. chike

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    and can i have options

    and can i have options of either revealing or hiding the counter?
     
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    CGI Center

    If it is enabled in the feature list, the CGI Center, listed under the Software/Services heading in cPanel, provides a counter. Complete information about this feature is available in the following sections in our documentation:

    CGI Center
    CGI Center

    To use the CGI Center, it must be enabled in the feature list that is assigned to the package that is assigned to your account. If you are the server administrator, you can enable the feature in the WebHost Manager. If you only have a cPanel account, without access to the WHM, you will need to ask your host to enable this for you, if it is not already enabled.

    If the CGI Center is enabled, its icon will be displayed on the main cPanel page after you log in, if you are using the X3 theme.
     
  4. chike

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    thanks

    thanks so much

    i would try it out now
     
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