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Re: Accessing server-side files: A Counter
At 5:03 AM 1/4/96, Lewis Sellers wrote:
>My test project at the moment is something simple and straight forward: A
>graphic page-hit counter. :) You know what I'm talking about of course.
>Anyway, the graphics portion is straight forward enough with GIFs 0-9 and a
>BLANK.GIF. The problem is storing the page count on the server. The
>Netscape info is more than a little vague on this and I'm entirely sure it's
>at all possible. Any one with ideas? I'm looking for a solution not
>involving any server-side CGI, naturely. Or else what's the point of
interpreted on the client (Netscape Navigator) side only, so it offers you
no way to save a server state variable like a page visit counter.
and LiveWire Pro products, which are add-ons to Netscape's Web server
the server system, and in essence is an alternative to CGI/Perl scripts for
this general type of function.
Frank Hecker Pre-sales tech support, Netscape field sales group