This hit counter allows you to track site visitors by browser session. It uses a flatfile XML source to hold the counter values - no database required. It has the ability to track an almost unlimited number individual counters (you could theoretically have 75,000 counters or so). The value that is returned by the function is specified by you as well.. The script gives you complete control over its functionalities.
This is a datbase driven ASP Hit Counter. Each line of the code is commented to make it easier for a beginner to follow or to customize. It is easy to set up, all you have to do for each page in your web site you would like a hit counter on is add a couple of lines of ASP. The database reference to each page is automactically written. An admin page is used to view hit counters with 2 hit counters and dates for each page one of which can be reset so you know exactly how many hits you have had on that page in a set time span.
STARK Counter is a simple ASP script that counts the number of visitors to your site. All the data is stored in an Access database. Includes a password protected admin script to delete and alter the existing counters.
This is an ASP counter script that uses a database to store the counts so it's really pretty easy to maintain multiple counts using this one file. All you need to do is include it into your asp file and it'll do the database work and print out the count for that file. It even automatically adds records when a page is first hit.
This very simple page counter will count hits on a .asp page and display the result in text format. Can be used to count multiple pages. Uses the FileSystemObject to create/edit text files on the server.
This is a simple ASP hit counter. A text document is placed in the same directory as the page we want the counter to appear on. The .txt file is first read to gain the value of the last hit count, one is added to that number, written to the .txt document, closed and the counter value is written as text to the page.