Not all web hosts allow server side includes, and many do not provide statistical information about your visitors. You'd like to know who is visiting your page, what route they're taking through your site, what browser they are using, and what time they were there?Maybe you want to know the sites which are linking to you and which links are generating the most traffic. Now this is all possible, even with limited CGI access. If you can run basic Perl scripts, and have access to SendMail on this server, CounterMail can retrieve the information from your visitors, and email it to you. You get to choose when the email comes; every visit, after 10 visits, 50 visits, or any number of visits-- it doesn't matter. Want to show a counter on your page? This script can be called using SSI, to show a simple count of unique visitors. A visitor won't be counted twice, even if the counter is placed on all your pages. Call it with an img tag, and add the string /blank. gif to the end of the script to display a one pixel gif. Or, call it with a Server Side Include to show the visitor count. This script also sorts the visit data by IP address, so it's easier than ever to see the exact path someone used on your site. I find this terrific to use with search engines. For example, someone searches on Google for "Cool Widget" and then goes to 5 pages on your site. It shows how long they were on each page, and how long they were on your site altogether. You can also see which page they exited from, and more!This is a new script, so try it out and let me know what you think.
CounterMail is a free trial software application from the Other subcategory, part of the Development category.
The app is currently available in EN and it was last updated on 2017-09-28. The program can be installed on Unix/Linux.
CounterMail (version 50409-1418) is available for download from our website.
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