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    Senior Webdesigner koolbrian's Avatar
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    i need some stats for my site, is there a stat, not difficult to configure, without PHP or CGI scripts, and eventually with no ads. I mean i just sign-up and submit my url,............



    If u dunno any of them, please tell me what stat u use !

    Thanx
    Brian

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    Don't get too close, I bite! Nicky's Avatar
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    You could try
    www.thecounter.com
    or
    www.hitbox.com
    There's loads of them around!

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    There's a whole list of free counters at the following URL: http://www.freecenter.com/counter.html

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    SiteMeter is highly praised by man around here, including myself.

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    i don't really want a viewable counter in the user's browser. Just want the stats of the page



    Brian

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    Look at the URL I mentioned above. It'll tell you if it shows ads, and/or if it shows the amount of visitors to your site. Whatever you choose, you will have to insert some type of code into each of your pages.

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    Originally posted by koolbrian
    i don't really want a viewable counter in the user's browser. Just want the stats of the page



    Brian
    Yeah, well, SiteMeter can be made invisible.

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    Brian,

    Web Position Gold software has an excellent tool for tracking your visitors. It not only tells you how many hits you have, but it tells you where they came from, where they went, how many pages they visited, etc., etc... It is also completely invisible.

    This software is primarily for search engine positioning. I'd recommend the full version if you're serious about driving traffic to your site.

    Hope this is helpful.

    -AGGrrSSIVE

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    I don't mean to be mean but a part of me just wants to know?!?!

    <huh>
    What has this to do with anything with Multimedia & Graphic Design????????
    </huh>

    Sorry for my little rant

    I guess you can chalk it up to maybe not having that little graphical counter thingy???

    oh well

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    HEY, WHO TURNED OUT THE LIGHTS?!?
    Easy come easy go!!!
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    Originally posted by koolbrian
    i don't really want a viewable counter in the user's browser. Just want the stats of the page



    Brian

    Hey man it's not that hard at all. Try Doin it with theCounter.com's free counter.

    theCounter will track number of visitors (unique and total), referrers, browser popularity, screen resolution, operating system, and more. You need only add a few lines of HTML to your existing web pages. Choose from several styles of counters, including an invisible counter.

    Just Ask if u need some little help. Oki?



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