Counter

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Mira, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. Mira

    Mira Guest

    Hello. I have a personal homepage that has a counter that is working
    perfectly fine until it stopped for no reason. It went back to zero without
    me touching it or reseting it....and not working at all just stucked in zero
    no matter how much you refresh the page it still in zero. I tried my best to
    bring it back but somehow I'm doing it wrong. My hubby put it before but
    he's not in the mood to put it back. I have Comcast as ISP. I tried to place
    this (<img src="/cgi-bin/counter.gif?fg=255,255,255&bg=0,0,0&counterid">)
    but it didnt work. When I publish it it cute FTP, the text shows in my
    homepage not the counter. I changed "counterid" to my user id, it didnt
    work. I deleted 255 up to counterid and use my user id it didnt work.
    Whatever I do to install/place the counter, it shows the text but not the
    counter. Maybe you could tell me how? maybe you could tell me where I
    exactly put the text? I tried to insert it where my counter is previously
    placed, it didnt work. I placed where it says "you're visitor number" in my
    homepage, it didnt work either. I emailed Comcast but as usual there's no
    response. When you tell me how, maybe you can tell me how to reset the
    counter as well. I am using Front Page and add the hit counter there and
    tried many times to reset the counter but it stuck in 1 even I refresh the
    page many times. Here is my homepage so you can
    see...http://home.comcast.net/~miralyn. I have no idea why the counter
    doesn't work anymore. I've seen a lot of websites and their counter is
    working until 6 digits but mine stopped just like that. I dont think Comcast
    reset it and why would they be?
    Thanks to all who will take time to reply.
    Mira
    Mira, Nov 8, 2004
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  2. Mira

    Chet Guest

    When I visit your page I see "Your are visitor 1570" and when I hit refresh
    I see "1571". I am using IE version 6.0, in case that makes any difference.
    The code I see in your source is not the same as you quote in your message
    so you must have figured it out already.

    "Mira" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hello. I have a personal homepage that has a counter that is working
    > perfectly fine until it stopped for no reason. It went back to zero

    without
    > me touching it or reseting it....and not working at all just stucked in

    zero
    > no matter how much you refresh the page it still in zero. I tried my best

    to
    > bring it back but somehow I'm doing it wrong. My hubby put it before but
    > he's not in the mood to put it back. I have Comcast as ISP. I tried to

    place
    > this (<img src="/cgi-bin/counter.gif?fg=255,255,255&bg=0,0,0&counterid">)
    > but it didnt work. When I publish it it cute FTP, the text shows in my
    > homepage not the counter. I changed "counterid" to my user id, it didnt
    > work. I deleted 255 up to counterid and use my user id it didnt work.
    > Whatever I do to install/place the counter, it shows the text but not the
    > counter. Maybe you could tell me how? maybe you could tell me where I
    > exactly put the text? I tried to insert it where my counter is previously
    > placed, it didnt work. I placed where it says "you're visitor number" in

    my
    > homepage, it didnt work either. I emailed Comcast but as usual there's no
    > response. When you tell me how, maybe you can tell me how to reset the
    > counter as well. I am using Front Page and add the hit counter there and
    > tried many times to reset the counter but it stuck in 1 even I refresh the
    > page many times. Here is my homepage so you can
    > see...http://home.comcast.net/~miralyn. I have no idea why the counter
    > doesn't work anymore. I've seen a lot of websites and their counter is
    > working until 6 digits but mine stopped just like that. I dont think

    Comcast
    > reset it and why would they be?
    > Thanks to all who will take time to reply.
    > Mira
    >
    >
    Chet, Nov 8, 2004
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  3. Mira

    me Guest

    "Chet" <chartley(nospam)> wrote in message
    news:yQOjd.382013$D%.221092@attbi_s51...
    > When I visit your page I see "Your are visitor 1570" and when I hit

    refresh
    > I see "1571". I am using IE version 6.0, in case that makes any

    difference.
    > The code I see in your source is not the same as you quote in your message
    > so you must have figured it out already.
    >


    Works for me too,i was visitor 1578
    Using Netscape 7
    me, Nov 8, 2004
    #3
  4. Mira

    Mira Guest

    If it works with all of you then how come it does'nt work to me? when I
    visit mine, it shows zero in my computer. I use IE, I dont know the version.
    And Chet, how did you see the code is different from my quote in my message?
    and no, I can't figure it out yet. I'm confused why it works to my visitors
    but not in my own IE or pc.

    "me" <> wrote in message news:17Rjd.4600$0Y5.927@lakeread07...
    >
    > "Chet" <chartley(nospam)> wrote in message
    > news:yQOjd.382013$D%.221092@attbi_s51...
    > > When I visit your page I see "Your are visitor 1570" and when I hit

    > refresh
    > > I see "1571". I am using IE version 6.0, in case that makes any

    > difference.
    > > The code I see in your source is not the same as you quote in your

    message
    > > so you must have figured it out already.
    > >

    >
    > Works for me too,i was visitor 1578
    > Using Netscape 7
    >
    >
    >
    >
    Mira, Nov 8, 2004
    #4
  5. Mira

    CLV3 Guest

    Also works for me and I used Mozilla.
    CLV3, Nov 8, 2004
    #5
  6. Mira

    Chet Guest

    To see the code, go to the "View" menu and select "Source".

    Is it possible that you are viewing the page in your computer instead of
    what you transferred to the server? Make sure you address bar shows the
    whole address and not the local file name.

    "Mira" <> wrote in message
    news:eek:...
    > If it works with all of you then how come it does'nt work to me? when I
    > visit mine, it shows zero in my computer. I use IE, I dont know the

    version.
    > And Chet, how did you see the code is different from my quote in my

    message?
    > and no, I can't figure it out yet. I'm confused why it works to my

    visitors
    > but not in my own IE or pc.
    >
    > "me" <> wrote in message news:17Rjd.4600$0Y5.927@lakeread07...
    > >
    > > "Chet" <chartley(nospam)> wrote in message
    > > news:yQOjd.382013$D%.221092@attbi_s51...
    > > > When I visit your page I see "Your are visitor 1570" and when I hit

    > > refresh
    > > > I see "1571". I am using IE version 6.0, in case that makes any

    > > difference.
    > > > The code I see in your source is not the same as you quote in your

    > message
    > > > so you must have figured it out already.
    > > >

    > >
    > > Works for me too,i was visitor 1578
    > > Using Netscape 7
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
    Chet, Nov 8, 2004
    #6
  7. Mira

    Anan Amis Guest

    "Mira" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hello. I have a personal homepage that has a counter that is working
    > perfectly fine until it stopped for no reason. It went back to zero

    without
    > me touching it or reseting it....and not working at all just stucked in

    zero
    > no matter how much you refresh the page it still in zero. I tried my best

    to
    > bring it back but somehow I'm doing it wrong. My hubby put it before but
    > he's not in the mood to put it back. I have Comcast as ISP. I tried to

    place
    > this (<img src="/cgi-bin/counter.gif?fg=255,255,255&bg=0,0,0&counterid">)
    > but it didnt work. When I publish it it cute FTP, the text shows in my
    > homepage not the counter. I changed "counterid" to my user id, it didnt
    > work. I deleted 255 up to counterid and use my user id it didnt work.
    > Whatever I do to install/place the counter, it shows the text but not the
    > counter. Maybe you could tell me how? maybe you could tell me where I
    > exactly put the text? I tried to insert it where my counter is previously
    > placed, it didnt work. I placed where it says "you're visitor number" in

    my
    > homepage, it didnt work either. I emailed Comcast but as usual there's no
    > response. When you tell me how, maybe you can tell me how to reset the
    > counter as well. I am using Front Page and add the hit counter there and
    > tried many times to reset the counter but it stuck in 1 even I refresh the
    > page many times. Here is my homepage so you can
    > see...http://home.comcast.net/~miralyn. I have no idea why the counter
    > doesn't work anymore. I've seen a lot of websites and their counter is
    > working until 6 digits but mine stopped just like that. I dont think

    Comcast
    > reset it and why would they be?
    > Thanks to all who will take time to reply.
    > Mira
    >
    >

    OIt works for me too Mira, Click on this link to see for yourself .
    http://home.comcast.net/~miralyn/index.html
    Anan Amis, Nov 9, 2004
    #7
  8. Mira

    Mira Guest

    Thank you to all who responded. As you all said, the counter is working as
    it has in my husband's. Only for some reason in my computer doesn't. My
    hubby figured it out why it doesn't. He installed a new Norton anti virus
    software with internet security 2 days ago and it has been blocking cookies
    or something. Anyway, hard 4 me to explain but I guess you all know what I
    mean. Thanks a lot.

    Mira
    Mira, Nov 9, 2004
    #8
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