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A Simple Way To Tally Your Visitors

Hit counters are used by all types of web sites and allow us to keep an active tally of how many visits our site receives on any particular day. In this article, Borag's going to teach us how to create a simple hit counter that we can use on our personal or small business web sites.

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By: Burag Cetinkaya
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January 20, 2002
  1. · A Simple Way To Tally Your Visitors
  2. · Creating our hit counter
  3. · Displaying the hit counter
  4. · Conclusion

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A Simple Way To Tally Your Visitors - Conclusion
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If you're running a small site, then this counter is a great starting point upon which you can build a more advanced visitor tallying system and add some more functionality. If you're running an Apache server with PHP and MySQL, you could also modify the code to run with very little effort.

Alternatively, if you're in need of a fully featured hit tracking system with administrative functions, then checkout http://www.webtrendslive.com or any of the related links shown below.
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