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    Can anyone recommend a statistics program that'll log all the basic stuff (hits, unique hits, file requests, bandwidth used etc.) as well as referal urls, the pages requested, and what browser their using?
    i tried statistik, but it doesn't work whatsoever, and their support forums are in dutch (or something).

    My host has webalizer 2.1 installed, but it doesn't log the browser.
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    http://www.phpinfo.net/applis/visiteurs/ a VERY good stats program, the only thing it does not do (so far as I can tel) is log total page views, but it does have everything else.
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    well, shoulda mentioned that i prefered a php based script as my entire site is php/mysql driven, that's why i posted it in the php forum to begin with.
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    Originally posted by Defender1
    well, shoulda mentioned that i prefered a php based script as my entire site is php/mysql driven, that's why i posted it in the php forum to begin with.
    All right, maybe I'm misunderstanding you, but what does the platform your site is based on have to do with what stats program you have? If your server can support CGI/Perl scripts (which it should), then I would go with the best available, one of which is AXS.

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    well, i wanted a php based script because i know php.
    I don't know a bit of perl, and would make customizing the script etc. more difficult than it had to be.
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