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Page hit counting in IE4

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Does anyone know how the option "Enable Page Hit Counting" in IE4 advanced options is used. It sounds interesting, but I cant find any info. on it.
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by:ptruman
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You can't count page hits with a browser.
That's done by the server.....

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by:elektrik
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Let me make this clear.

In IE4 go to "Internet Options" in the View menu. Select the "Advanced" tab. There is an option in there to "Enable page hit counting". I _know_ that the hits must get counted by the server, but I want to know how to utilise the option in the IE4 menu.
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Ok, let's try again.
RIGHT hand click that option and select "What's This".
It's for "content providers"

Quote from a page on the net :
MS IE-4.0 allows servers to determine the URLs you view at their site even if accessed from cache or through a proxy. To disable this, try: View, Internet Options, Advanced, clear the check-box beside Enable page hit counting. Or get another browser.

This is for servers and is probably tracked via .asp's

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