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Create your own counter script using a basic knowledge of php + mysql script and keep your stat into database for analysis.
This tutorial will show you how to make a simple real visitor counter.
How to make a nice hitcounter using textfiles.
Have you ever wanted to know who is linking to you, ever wanted to list the top 10, 15, 20 etc.. referrals on your website?
We all want to have as many statistics about our site usage, right?
Learn how to make a simple ip counter for your website using PHP programing language and Mysql database.
This tutorial shows you how to count the number of visitors on your site using php.
Learn how to create a unique hits counter that saves data into a MySQL database.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a unique hits counter that writes to a text file.
A very easy unique hit counter, have it on your site in as little as five minutes.
Usage of sessions is sortly explained by using two examples
You may need to set cookies to remember certain information such as users, if they have visited or not, etc. etc.
Sessions can store user information, heres how to use them
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a stateless protocol. To say it in a simple way: A client (web browser) connects to a web server.
Learn about cookies and where and how to use them
The article outlines 2 solutions for removing the appending of the session id to the the url.
Basics of sessions is described, and two examples are used to ilustrate it: Showing number of times we have visit a page during a session.
A collection of 23 tips on understanding and managing cookies in PHP.
A collection of 19 tips on understanding and using sessions in PHP.
In this tutorial we will discuss how sessions are managed, Introduce cookies, configure PHP session management library, PHP session management
One of the most powerful tools available to the web developer are http cookies. This short article will help you understand cookies.
Sessions are basically cookies with a fallback, they end when you close you are browser.