I have a little cgi script that will send to my email address when I person goes into my web page
# set this to the location of your server's mail program
# (obtain this info from your hosting provider)
$mailprog = '/usr/sbin/sendmail-t-i';
# set this to your email address
$email = 'email@example.com';
# to use this script, add the following html
# tag to whichever page you want to track:
#<img src="/cgi-bin/tracker.cgi" width="0" height="0">
I have the permission set at 755
When I go into my web site it goes to
The tracker.cgi files is in the pages folder set at 755
and I have with in the home.htm
<img src="/cgi-bin/pages/ tracker.cgi" width="0" height="0">
Try width="1" height="1". I think some browsers take 0/0 to mean it doesn't exist. In addition, if it is really in "/cgi-bin/tracker.cgi", why are you putting "/cgi-bin/pages/ tracker.cgi" in the "home.htm"
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