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    Why not have a counter on your website so you can see how many visitors you are getting. PHPCountMe can be used as a text or image counter. With 10 different types of number displays, you will find one to suit your website. Extremely easy to configure with the usual step by step walk through installation. Try it out now ...
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    Browzin'! lists active users of your site over a specified period of time. Everything can be configured to your taste. It currently uses a MySQL database on backend but a text-only version will be released in the near future.
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    Cookies Text Counter is a simple PHP script that allows you to display a text counter using cookies on your Web page.
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    Access Text Counter is a simple PHP script that allows you to display a text-based access counter on your Web page. It uses a flat text file for data storing.
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    Cookies Graph Counter is a PHP-based visitor counter script using cookies. It uses the GD library to create a gif graph counter on your Web page.
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    This PHP script displays an image counter using cookies on your Web page. Cookies Digits Counter uses individual digit images, and does not require any special library.
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    Access Graph Counter is similar to the Access Digits Counter, except that it creates a gif graph on-the-fly to display an access counter using the GD library.
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    This is a simple PHP counter script for displaying an image-based access counter on your Web page. Access Digits Counter uses a flat text file for data handling, and does not require any special module to run.
  9. post - views
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    Post-views plugin logging how many times your post/page has been visited, comparing to other congeneric plugins, it logged the bots(search engine), and show it as indexed indicator. Installation: -Unzip the archive and put the 'post-views' folder into your plugins folder (/wp-content/plugins/). -Activate the plugin from the Plugins menu.
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