Putting a hit-counter on your web pages is easy: simply follow the simple instructions below.
Insert the code listed below into your HTML page. Replace the word user with your user ID. This will create a database file with YOUR user ID.
  Visitor #<br>
<img src="http://www.jet2.net/cgi/Count.cgi?df=user.dat"><br>
  Since June 13th, 1999
Now, every time, someone accesses your page, it will increment the counter by one. The above code produces the results below:
Visitor #
Since July, 1997
Style A
Style B
Style C
Style D
Style E
Style F
Style G
Style H
Once you choose a style, then you may use the most basic HTML tag inside your code.


    <img src="http://www.jet2.net/cgi/Count.cgi?df=userid.dat&dd=E">

    will produce

    1. You must replace "userid.dat" with your actual userid, and not your email address!
      For example: "df=johndoe.dat"
    2. If you would wish to change the counter to a different style (as listed above) then you can change the "dd=E" parameter to a different value such as "dd=H"
To make the counter invisible (if none of the styles matches your site or you just don't want anyone to see the counter) you can change the visibility by adding the following to the script info:
<img src="http://www.jet2.net/cgi/Count.cgi?df=userid.dat|sh=0">

The variable "sh=0" tells the counter to be invisible in your browser. It will simply show up as a blank space.

Then if you ever want to see your counter, you can edit the code and change the number to "1", this will make the counter visible again.


Customers that have a domain hosted by Jet2Net ("www.yourcompany.com") and would like to add a counter to their page, follow the same directions as above but replace the actual HTML code with the following:

<img src=http://www.jet2.net/cgi-bin/Count.cgi?df=domain.dat&dd=H&ft=2">

Where domain is replaced by your username on our corporate web server.

For example, if your username is "abc", replace domain.dat with abc.dat.


If you are more experienced with CGI and HTML programming then you may specify additional parameters to the CGI Counter script. Your parameter list must adhere to the following guidelines

1. Multiple variables & values (something=something) are delimited by the "&" character
2. The "?" character separates the CGI script from the variable list
3. The following table describes a few of the additional variables that may be used.

dd - Chooses a style
md - The maximum number of digits to display
ft - Frame thickness
frgb - Frame border colour
A hexedicimal value (example: frgb=aa00ff)
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