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    Hello Sitepoint members,

    I've just learnt PHP few days ago, but now I'm on eProject. And I finished everything, but now I want to display how many users are visiting site.

    So what should I do for now?

    I've searched in Google, and try some codes but they're not working


    Please give me advice.


    Thanks & Regards.

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    You could very well create a home grown analytics solution. However, a more cost efficient and practical option is to use an analytics service. One of the most popular ones around is Google Analytics.
    The only code I hate more than my own is everyone else's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddz View Post
    You could very well create a home grown analytics solution. However, a more cost efficient and practical option is to use an analytics service. One of the most popular ones around is Google Analytics.
    Oops, I think you've a misunderstand. I mean I want to know how to create a module that display how many users are currently online in the website. Not a tracking analytics...

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    Do you mean you want to create a script for yourself, or do you simply want a script that performs your requirements? If so, there's a free script here
    Detect file changes remotely. SimpleSiteAudit is an early
    warning anti-hacker system which sends an alert on detection.

    PHP Find Orphan Files - Finds all the unreferenced files on your site.

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    Thanks to 2ndmouse, that's exactly what I'm looking for!

    I've been stucked with this !#$~&^%$#!!! for two months


    Thanks you once again


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