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    have the counter.com but it does not display the button on my page. think that provider may be blocking it, can veiw in netscape on own system but not on the net.

    how can I create my own hit counter?


    Dave thanks for your help with the no right click it now works!

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    It owuld require cgi or php, take a look at some of the counters here.
    (edit:url no longer exisits)

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    rskull69, I really have liked Bravenet.com's services in the past. They have more services than just a counter too and they are really easy to use.

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    If your host is blocking the counter link to the cgi, then bravenet won't work.

    If you haven't got your own cgi-bin to put a script into, your left with few choices.

    I have seen counters that work from a java applet, and that would be no problem in your directory.

    Try lookinh around:
    http://www.jc2k.com
    http://www.javafile.com

    They got loads of different stuff. Give it a try.

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    If your host won't let you link to a cgi, then it's really time to get a new web host. I suggest http://www.spaceports.com

    They are the absolute best.

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    Originally posted by jordanchap:
    rskull69, I really have liked Bravenet.com's services in the past. They have more services than just a counter too and they are really easy to use.
    I like them too because they use PHP Go PHP GO



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