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ASP: Active Sessions, Active Logins and Total Site Hits


William T explains how to make sure that your site contains a safe and accurate track of genuine page hits.

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March 03, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · ASP: Active Sessions, Active Logins and Total Site Hits
  2. · Problem Solved
  3. · Writing The Code
  4. · Active Logins
  5. · Conclusion

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This is my first contributing article, so please forgive me if I donít write well. Thank You.

Many websites use a tracking-component pasted on their homepage to keep track on the number of visits to their website. This method is not accurate as it doesnít really keep track of the genuine page-hits to their site (not that it really matters...).

Every time the page where the component is refreshed, the counter is incremented even though the user is the same and if a link takes you to some other page other than the page where this component is pasted, the tracker device will lose count of this hit.


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