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Posted on 1997-04-21
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How do I get a Web Counter to work? I have tried using the script my ISP gave me, Doesn't work. I am just typing the script on the page using netscape editor. Do I have to add a Link to the script? Im Lost from here, New at this.
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Don't type the script ibot your page that would just make thnigs worse. I suggest you check out matt's script achieve at http://worldwidemart.com/scriptshe's everything, most of my site uses his scripts anyway. Check it out : http://fbtf.gt.ed.net/shadow  
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You don't want to type it in on the netscape editor, that will just display the text you put in.  You need to go to Edit source(its either under the view or edit menu I forget).  Then insert the text after the <body> tag.  Save it and go back to netscape editor.  You should see a new yellow block at the top of the document.  You should be able to move it around by highlighting it and using edit->cut edit->paste.  You can also center it.
When you upload the page to the server and look at it, it should work.
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