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Impulz

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I am completely new to web design, i have no knowledge of any of the codes but im willing to learn!

I also understand that there are programs that do this for you(list codes for each particular action?)


Anyways my question is:

How do you insert a counter on to your website, one that clicks over every time someone has visited your site, i would liek to place on my site if this can be done.

My very primitive website for the time being so youll probably laugh, but i produce dance music and want to let others know about me anyway i can.

A counter would be kewl.

Thnx for any help

Please Note: For some reason the auto pop up links (url=http....)what ever its called wont work on firefox???? :tazz:

Only Ie Explorer allows it, other wise you have to manually copy and paste the links.

(its all jumbled up on there i know, im in the process of learning how to space everything out correctly...)

Edited by Impulz, 20 April 2005 - 06:02 AM.

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one easy way to add a counter - let Front Page do it

open an htm file, normal view, cursor to new hit counter location

FP2000
insert>component>Hit counter>ok

FP2003
insert>web component>Hit counter>ok>ok
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hi there!!
There are plenty of sites on the internet that have free counters - where you can simply copy and paste the code! Andale is one such thing - but i forget the site. Its the most convinient way to do things...:tazz:

Also be sure that you make the counter register your visitors each by their unique IP Address . Else the counter will keep jumping each time the user hits the refresh button and giving you a wrong count!!

Anway, look forward to my post here with more info - once i get out of class!!!

Cheers
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My fav is statcounter.com

hi there!!
There are plenty of sites on the internet that have free counters - where you can simply copy and paste the code! Andale is one such thing - but i forget the site. Its the most convinient way to do things...:tazz:

Also be sure that you make the counter register your visitors each by their unique IP Address . Else the counter will keep jumping each time the user hits the refresh button and giving you a wrong count!!

Anway, look forward to my post here with more info - once i get out of class!!!

Cheers

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Impulz

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Also be sure that you make the counter register your visitors each by their unique IP Address . Else the counter will keep jumping each time the user hits the refresh button and giving you a wrong count!!

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:tazz:

Ill try to research into this, as i have no idea on how to do this but thnx!
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:tazz:

Ill try to research into this, as i have no idea on how to do this but thnx!

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Very few do this. You shouldn't worry very much.
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My fav is statcounter.com

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i noticed in the code you have statcounter now. It work well for you?
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What you might want to do, is when the sentence ends. Inster a <br> to make the next text start on a new line, much easier to read.
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another good site is http://www.freelogs.com

its free, easy and they have cool counters
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That looks like another good 1 too, thnx for the advice!

I allready subscribed to statcounter.com and am finding it very usefull! :tazz:



another good site is http://www.freelogs.com

its free, easy and they have cool counters

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