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Free Statistics records and views daily Web site page views (hits) for statistical tracking
Free Statistics records and views daily Web site page views (hits) for statistical tracking. This is a Free PHP script to record and view daily website page views (hits) for statistical tracking. Features a chart of daily page views totals displayed with bar graph, total for last x days, most hits in a day for last x days, average hits per day for last x days, projected hits for today, and more. Easy to install.
Edit the values in config.php for MySQL; change the other variables if you want (is optional). Do not edit other files.
Copy the files to the same directory on your server.
Install MySQL table. Execute the following in PhpMyAdmin or other MySQL interface:
CREATE TABLE stats_day (
date date DEFAULT '0000-00-00' NOT NULL,
hits mediumint(8) unsigned DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (date)
For php files, you can add this code to each page to record page views to it (be sure to add the path if needed):
If the page is in a different folder than the stats script, you can add the path such as:
You can record stats for non-php pages (and php pages also) by adding this code in the body of the html (remember to add the correct path to the script; you can use a full url here; Note, this only records hits for browsers with images-loading enabled):
Here are some key features of "FreeStatistics":
Chart of daily page views totals displayed with bar graph, total for last x days, most hits in a day for last x days, average hits per day for last x days, projected hits for today, and more. Easy to install.
PHP and MySQL.
What's New in This Release:
Added a form to show stats for last x number of days.
Prints stats for the day with least hits.
Prints server time, and length of time that hits have been recorded.
Numbers are formatted with commas. Many other format changes.
Projected hits extra shown on graph with additional bar image.
Now includes days with 0 hits in stats.
"Average hits per day for last x days" is figured using projected hits for today.
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