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does anyone know how to get an apache counter going using apache server?

i think that i just have to put a line in my index.html to reference the counter but im not sure

thanks
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What do you mean by 'apache counter'?
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is there nota counter that u can use with apache server as opposed to a third party counter on a site like www.honesty.com?
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There is mod_unique_id module in apache server which, as far as i know, can be used for additional tool in counter, but (again, afaik) there's no inherent counter in apache server. You should use cgi or php script or third-party counter.
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lalaevil earned 200 total points
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actually, using a counter from third party isn't that hard, but if you want to reset it every day|week|month|etc then you should setup a cron job (more info: man cron from your command line.)
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