This program keeps track of the number of times a HTML-page is visited. This is done through a small GIF-image which is inserted into the HTML-page. The counter includes transparent image and anti-terrorist protection options. It allows up to 32 separate counters and different digit styles of any size.
This is a free counter for your WebServer. The counter can be used on all Web pages on the server without multiple copies of the application, by setting a key for each Web page. All graphics are embedded in the EXE, so no separate graphics files are needed. It returns a GIF-graphic of the counter value which has been stored in the counter-database. There is also protection against non-authorized usage by a special key-file. It includes 1 graphic number style for the counter digit.
This is a powerful image counter with 25 graphic number styles for the counter digits. You may also create your own stylings for the counter digits. The Access Counter returns a GIF-graphic of the counter value which has been stored in the counter-database. There is protection against non-authorized usage by a special key-file. In addition, an included Counter WatchDog utility allows you to view the current status of all counters on your server, as well as add, edit or delete counter information.
This shareware CGI-program keeps track of the number of times an HTML-page is visited. This is done through a small GIF-image inserted into the HTML-page. It allows unlimited number of separate counters and different digit styles of any size. Includes advanced anti-terrorist protection features and animated counter images support. It also features: Supports multihosted installations, An INI style administration file is used instead of sequential one, Possibility to exclude some IP addresses to change counter value, Dividing all counters to private and public, Possibility to protect both private and public counters against unauthorized access, Possibility to explore the event log directly from your browser, and more.
This is a CGI program to keep record of the raw hits of a web page. It generates a GIF image of the number of hits and returns to the browser as an in-lined image. The program also has a run-time option not to show the digit images, this way the hits can be kept without displaying it. The hits can be be monitored without incrementing from a separate page as well. The program can also can display time and date of any timezone. It has a option to countdown to a specific date (past or future). Almost all of the features are run-time options.