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    Simple visit counter for workplace intranet?


    I'm looking for a way to track the number of people viewing each of our intranet pages at work (we have approx 400 pages), can you suggest any ways which I can add some code to each page to keep a running total of the number of visitors, but then have a way of reporting on that total? I have a simple page counter on them, but to keep track I would need to manually visit 400 pages every month to get the stats.

    Is there a way the totals could be kept on something like an Excel spreadsheet?

    Unfortunately our intranet doesn't allow PHP files.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    If you have an intranet, there must be some sort of server. What server side languages do they allow .. how about Perl, which most people call "cgi", for some reason? The server must have something installed.

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    More than likely the server is already tracking this and putting the page hits into some ".log" file. Check with the system admin.
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