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    Chapter 30. Get a counter for the page

    I have often been asked how you put a “counter” on your home page. The counter is a small box that shows hat tells how many visitors you have had on your home page.

    I use a CGI based counter (see Figure 74 on page 174), which runs on my Internet provider’s server. But if you don’t have access to that, the easiest is to download a counter from the net. On the home page for this book you find a link to www.thecounter.com. There you can easily subscribe to a counter

    You ought to try that. Once you subscribe you get a HTML code that you can copy into your own home page:

    Figure 69. HTML code for a counter. It can be downloadsed for free from the Internet.

    Actually you can find lot of free services on the net. You can get code for small user polls for guest books and much more. Search and you will find …


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