The package is a set of cgi scripts which maintain statistics for your web site. They also provide a nice counter, which you can sport on your web page. These scripts don't require any help from web server. The package was developed to address the need for maintaining personal web statitstics.
Download the package from here
tar zxvf pstats.tar.gz
You should include a line like
in your web pages to access the counter.
You have to give a unique 'id'. Other parameters
parameter possible values --------- --------------- style black, blue, green iformat jpg, png, gif
If you want to work on any of this, see CONTACT section.
*) Easy counter management for whole web site. The admnistrator should be given a page showing all the pages in web site. He checks or unchecks a web page and viola, the counter should be added or removed. A consistent interface which contains this and statistics *) Seperation of statistics and cache. There will be only one log file like apache. Every time statistics are requested a small cache database with all the details required for showing statistics is updated. When the user selects a graph or html format statistics, it should get from here and the presentation cache should be seperate *) Configuration file... Read all global variables from the configuration file and create an associative array. *) Log file size limit. So when the user decides cut down the log, there should be a way to preserve old stats.
This package is release under GPL. For more information read COPYING and gpl.txt files.
Comments and bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org
03/05/02 o Invisible counter functionality. A good candidate for putting on resume.html o Page-wise referer and visitor statistics functionality added 03/02/02 o Added visitor and referer scripts o Cleaned up counter.cgi to work with different image formats. o Added some more error handling. Modularization still to be done. 02/23/02 o Cleaned up functions. Now the script uses 'use strict' o Added html format statistics. 02/11/02 o Cache feature added (It should be much faster now !!!) o Added HTTP_REFERER also to logging variables o Cleaned variable names