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In Joomla 1.0.4, is there a way to get a report of the number of visitors that visit your site?

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In Joomla 1.0.4, is there a way to get a report of the number of visitors that visit your site?
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Panagiotis S earned 1500 total points
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thats not a  joomla  issue

try awstats from cpanel or the same from plesk
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so the answer is no..
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or maybe there are some extensions for that (1.0.x has been discontinued)
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i will look into the cPanel
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