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Hi. I hope someone can help me as i'm new to this. I am a grade nine teacher and i have set up a resource site in my classroom for the use of the students. This site is not going to be online....it is just for use in the classroom. I put the site together using frontpage 2003 and i would like to insert a counter to see how many students have used the resource in a week. However whenever i run the site in the browser, it tells me i must run it from a web server. Is there any way i can just run the site from the computer here and still make use of a counter. Also, i would like to insert a form that students can use to make requests and i would like to be able to allow the student to save the form to a file that i can view later and respond to each request. Sorry if this appears to be a dumb question but like i said...i'm new at this and not entirely sure at all about what i might have to do. Any and all help would be graetly appreciated.
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