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From: "Pat Asher" <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Re: Freepages-Help-D Digest V01 #26
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2001 19:14:22 -0500
> If I understand how a hit counter works, its something like this. When a
> visit to my website is made, the counter advances one number. When I
> my website to see the counter, it advances one number also. But if no
> hits are recorded by visitors other than me, no advances of the counter
> made by me, regardless of how many times that I check the website. Thus,
> after the first visitor, it appears to me that a counter advance of only
> number would not happen. Yet, I have seen the counter advance just one
> number several times. How is this possible?
Good question! Possibly the counter only holds the computer ID in memory
for a measured amount of time?
Did you know you can check your counter without changing your count by going
Enter the "name" of your counter and you will be given the statistics for
that counter. You can also reset the counter from this URL.
Help for beginning Web Authors
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