are visitor number
sites have a small display - such as the one above -
that shows the number of times their home page has been visited.
You can do the same for your home page if you follow the
further you must have set up your personal home page directory structure
and contents so that you can execute cgi scripts. If you haven't yet done
this, please read "How to Enable CGI Scripting
for Your Personal Home Page".
To set up
your scripting-enabled personal home page proceed as follows:
That's all the
setup you need to do.
a stats directory under your public_html directory
to your public_html directory
the files counter.txt and counter.log in your stats directory
The counter.txt file will be used to maintain the count. The counter.log
file will log the date and time of the visit.
to your stats directory
file counter.txt and initialize it to 0
- Set the
proper file permissions
file permissions for counter.txt to 660
file permissions for counter.log to 660
- Put the
cgicount script in your cgi-bin directory
to your cgi-bin directory
file permissions for cgicount to 770
To display the
counter place the following line into your page wherever you would like
the counter to appear:
change you need to make is to substitute your login ID for loginid
in the line above.
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