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phphitlog is a simple hit counter that keeps track of all hits to a particular page. it is made for websites with a small number of visitors.
installing is very easy: just 1 file to upload!
the pages are tracked through a transparent image on the webpage.
because the image is on your server, it will not slow down your site.
latest version: phphitlog 0.8.5
- bug fix in cookie settings
changes in 0.8:
- one-file installation and configuration
- small lay-out changes
- infile password protection
- browserinfo in statusbar instead of hoover
see a screenshot
the filename of your webpage should end on .php (or equal)
you have to set your directory so the script can write the necessary files to it.
for that you need to set 'permissions'.
in UNIX terms this is called CHMOD and the 777 means read, write and execute for all.
this can be done with most FTP programs, by selecting the directory's 'properties' or 'info' or something
check your FTP program's help to see how to set permissions.
the ftp command is: ftp> chmod 777 phphitlog
screenshot from Transmit for Mac.
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