This can be used to build a traffic analysis tool that will help webmasters interpret and analyze the way users access and use the website.
It is under 100 lines of code and can be used for as many URLs as needed.
It creates an unique count file for each page that the script is posted on.
It can be used for web traffic analysis to follow the number and way users follow a website.
It was built using Perl and comes with extensive documentation in the download package.It uses text to render the counter, instead of images. Limitations:· It counts only page loads, and not unique visitors.
It records all the total number of users that have visited the page, the last five hits, the IPs, browsers and referrers.All of these informations are presented on a statistics page.
It also preserves the original file names, eliminating the use of temporary names and disk space.The script works from a single web form.
The IP address/host is kept in the log only one day, so he will be recounted the following day.
This tool can be used as a building block for creating even more traffic analysis tools.The script loads with the page and stores the visitors IP address acquired from the client-server connection.
It also keep a log of the date/time, IP, and host name for visiting user.The counter is hidden behind an image displayed on the website.
Thanks to the embed tag, the tracker won't be shown on the HTML page.
If the view tag is on, the script returns the counter hit value.A data file locking feature is included to prevent common counter errors.
It will count all users visiting a webpage and store the data inside a text file.The script will then parse the number and replace with images every cifre.A standard image pack is provided. For different stylings, the user can replace the graphics fo
The script must be set up as the start page of the website.After acquiring and storing the data inside a filename called datalog.dat, the script will then redirect the visitors to the real index page (set in the script settings).
The script requires for the admin to create a visits.txt file in the same folder where the script is stored.The numer of hits will be stored inside that file.t is fully commented and fairly simple to understand.
IT will show how many times a page has been viewed. Limitations:· Processes strings inside the script. Does not use the CGI.pm script.· Multiple hits at the same time will not be counted.
It uses Apache to track the user on the website.It is similar to what C-panel and Plesk are offering in the admin windows.
Report Magic makes usable statistics from your web site log file analysis. Features and Benefits: - Illustrative line, bar and pie charts allow you to analyze trends and quickly interpret information. - Descriptions on each report help you understand
Advanced Statistical Counter is an invisible hit counter that collects statistical data from visitors.Features: - Search engine terms summary, (a list of terms used in search engines that led users to your site.) - Page by page hit count summary, (fi