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Invisible Counter

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Want to implement an invisible counter on my page.  Also would like for it to register unique visitors, not registering a visit every time the same person returns to the page.  For example, if I "reload" the page 50 times, I would not want it to register 50 visits.
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There's a freeware counter available from Matt's script archive - see http://www.worldwidemart.com/scripts/counter.shtml for information, instructions, and the download-able source.
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