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- ACTIVITY: CUP CAKES WAR ACTIVITY: CUP CAKES WAR
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- A counter is a device which stores (and sometimes displays) the number Of times a particular event or process has occurred, often in relationship to a clock signal.
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- The number is usually displayed as an inline digital image or in plain text or on a physical counter such as a mechanical counter.
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- Images may be presented in a variety of fonts, or styles; the classic example is the wheels of an odometer. The counter often is accompanied by the date it was set up or last reset
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- KINDS OF COUNTERS HIT COUNTERS PAGE COUNTERS WEB COUNTERS
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- KINDS OF COUNTERS TRACKERS Hosted Counters
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- A hit counter measures and displays the number of times visitors have viewed a single page on a website. Hit counters are typically displayed on homepages. HIT COUNTER
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- Hit counters can be public or non-public. If they are non- public, or invisible, only the webmaster can see how many times the page has been viewed.
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- The advantage of hit counters is that many are free, easy to install, and can be graphically altered to fit in with the feel of your site.
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- Essentially, a page counter is the same thing as a hit counter (Only difference: their names) A page counter only measures and presents statistics for the page it is installed on. PAGE COUNTER
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- A web counter is a combination of code and graphic device that allows you to measure and display the number of visitors a web site has received. Web counters are typically used to measure multiple pages. WEB COUNTER
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- For example, 200 visitors will have looked at 345 pages over a given period. Additionally, web counters offer analysis, for example, by providing a comparative overview to show which pages receive the most visitors.
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- A tracker is usually an extended version of the counter concept. It will not only keep an ongoing count, but it will record other related information such as date/time, originating IP address, operating system and browser version that caused the hit. TRACKER
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- A "hosted counter" is a counter that's installed on a web server/site other than your own. You can use a hosted counter simply by pasting a set of customized HTML tags obtained from the counter provider. HOSTED COUNTER
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