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Old August 2nd, 2003, 05:26 AM
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I use frontpage hitcounter, it is not working,
do some changes in the hitcounter code ?


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where did you get that code, is it used by some third party to keep track of the hits on your page? because everything is documented out so unless your server is scanning for that stuff, it will be ignored

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from the MS frontpage.
it code I load in default.htm page, which is run on server.
but is it not working, no counter move to next number.
whey ?


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 where did you get that code, is it used by some third party to keep track of the hits on your page? because everything is documented out so unless your server is scanning for that stuff, it will be ignored

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well first of all, html is no equipted to handle anything like a counter. there must be some kind of other language involved. sometimes when you add stuff that is documented, that is something the server is supposed to look for when a user requests the page, then the server replaces that with the counter image and the incrementation. if you don't know what i'm talking about then i recommend you use one of the many free counter reasources you can find online.

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I believe that his counter is a FrontPage component.

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It definitely is a FrontPage component. I have experience with using counters in FrontPage 2002 because I had to design a website for a class project. One thing I don't know is this: What version of FrontPage is he using?

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i'm just saying unless frontpage has a server-side language setup along with the html and the server supports it, the counter won't work.

This is simply because html is a client-side language that is just interpreted by your web-browser....it cannot detect hits to your website and then archive that data on your server. you need a server-side language to do that.

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 i'm just saying unless frontpage has a server-side language setup along with the html and the server supports it, the counter won't work.

This is simply because html is a client-side language that is just interpreted by your web-browser....it cannot detect hits to your website and then archive that data on your server. you need a server-side language to do that.

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