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Web Page Counters

Example use of a basic Web Counter

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>My Page Title</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<BR>
This is a page to test the Web Counter feature...
<BR>
This page has been accessed
<IMG SRC="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat">
times. 
</BODY>
</HTML>


Note: As my login name is Julie I would replace the above line

<IMG SRC="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[your_login_name].dat"> for <IMG SRC="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=julie.dat">



Expanding the Web-Counter

The Web Counter has many attributes which can be changed to alter the resulting image. These attributes are collected together in the call to the count.cgi and are joined by "&" characters. For example:

<IMG SRC="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?attribute1=value1&attribute2=value2 [&attribute3=value3&...]>

Taking this into account, below follow some examples of of the associated attributes.



dd

dd stands for digit directory, this is the physical location where the image-strip containing the graphical digit data resides. dd=A to dd=E gives the following examples:

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=A">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=B">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=C">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=D">



ft

ft stands for frame thickness, this is the attribute which describes the thickness of the frame. ft=0 will 'switch off' the frame option. ft=0 to ft=8 gives the following examples:

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=A&ft=0">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=A&ft=2">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=A&ft=4">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=A&ft=6">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&dd=A&ft=8">



Display

Display describes the resultant display type to be produced. This can be set to
be a counter, a clock or date. display=counter to display=date gives the following examples:

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?df=[username].dat&display=counter">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?display=clock">

= <img src="/cgi-bin/count.cgi?display=date">