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Robert Tracy

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phpMyCounter is a free app, a supposedly easy to configure counter.

This is what I have:

For a PHP Document
<? include ("/path_to/counter.php"); ?>

[For an SSI Document]
<!--#include virtual="/path_to/counter.php"-->

[For an HTML Document]
<iframe width="100" height="50" src="/path_to/counter.php" scrolling="no"></iframe>

I've never understood where the path_to is? I imagine I've got to select the path, but where?

I would want this counter to be centered just before the end of my page.

The page is The Art of Robert Tracy

BTW I see that I'm missing a closing </html> Will correct that.

Also is it necessary to fill in each of these 3 codes? I can tell right now that I won't want a 100 x 50px counter; just a small text size of 2+-.

Thanks much for your time and any answers. I see this "path_to" all the time and never know precisely where it is or if I know where I want it, I don't know how to write it.

Bob

Edited by Robert Tracy, 12 February 2008 - 08:40 AM.

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The "path_to" variable is the physical location on the web server you're uploading it to.
If its in the same folder as the web page its on, just put "counter.php" with no path_to bit.
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Got it.

Thanks much,

Robert
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