To create web site stats for any page, simply go to JCL's Netutilities Web Tracker Central located at http://www.netutilities.com/members/stats.cgi, and select one of the sites you registered with from the pull-down menu. Then hit "Do It!", and your stats will be activated within an hour of your creating of them. Then just cut and paste the code that will be provided to you in the source code of your web page.Reviewing Your Web Site Stats
Follow the same instructions for creating web site stats except this time use the pull - down menu for display stats. Your stats will be shown almost immediately.What You'll Get
The code that you put on your page will result in an image with a button containing a running cheetah that say "Success" in the lower right-hand corner. (If you receive a static cheetah, one that is not moving, stats are not being gotten on your visitors. For more information on these errors, please review the next section.) When you review your stats, you will find out how many times your site(s) containing the stats code were accessed. They will be broken down into hourly stats (from yesterday and today), daily stats (from today and up to 998 days back), weekly stats (current week and up to 148 previous weeks), monthly stats, and yearly stats. In addition, you will find out the most common URLs accessed from your pages with the stats code and the most common browsers/opearting systems used to access these pages (up to 2000 will be listed). You will be able to control how many days, weeks, browsers/operating systems, and urls will be listed by entering the number in a input field and hitting the button, "Get The Stats!" You will be informed of the quantity of these stats that are available. In addition, you can find out information on your past 500 visitors, by selecting one of the sites located next to "See Visitor Info." Here you can check the IP addresses of your visitors, the time they visited both in their timezone and yours, the browser/operating system they used to view your site, and the url that they accessed.Troubleshooting
There are 4 possible errors that can be displayed on your running cheetah image. Below are the number codes and descriptions of these errors:Error 204: No webmaster/url number is supplied. If you receive this error, check to make sure you have ?webmaster=login&url=id at the end of the image location.
If you have problems loading up your stats, please inform firstname.lastname@example.org of the file that cannot be opened. (The error message you receive will tell you the name of this file.)
The following is a sample of the image and link that you will receive after putting the stats code on your page:
|Your Presence Here Has Been Recorded|