This page tells you how to start tracking web traffic with your free hit counter and how to implement the script used by OneStat Free. Implementation FAQ answers your questions when encountering problems while implementing the OneStat Free hit counter script. You can also find information about using various HTML editors.
After registering your OneStat Free account you will receive an automatic confirmation with the login information and your unique OneStat.com free hit counter script code. The script can also be found after logging into your account manager
Paste the OneStat.com code into the HTML page under the <body> - and before the </body> tag of each page you want to track. Save the page with the OneStat free web hit counter code. Upload the HTML pages that contain the OneStat.com code with a FTP program like you normally do with your HTML pages. You can also get a free FTP program at www.wsftp.com
You should paste the OneStat.com code into the content frame. You don't need to paste the OneStat.com code in every frame separately. If the free counter code is implemented in each frame the web statistics retrieved will no longer be accurate thus lacking reliability.
If you are experiencing problems with your OneStat Free stats, it may be caused by Dreamweaver restructuring the OneStat code. Please remove the existing OneStat code and follow the below steps.
If you are experiencing problems inserting the OneStat Free web hit counter code into your pages using Dreamweaver 3, follow these instructions.
Dreamweaver 4, when installed, will default to correcting placement and syntax of your HTML tags in your code (thus, altering the OneStat free web hit counter code as well). To prevent this, go to:
The "warn when fixing or removing tags" box will automatically uncheck once the
above two options are manually unchecked.
OneStat Free works correctly with the HotDog Professional 5.5 editor. If you have encountered errors, please follow the below steps.
Paste the OneStat free web hit counter code anywhere between the <body> and </body> tags. Ignore any markup errors.
If you are experiencing problems with your stats, it's most likely due to FrontPage running together the OneStat code. Please delete the OneStat code out of your page and follow the below steps.
If you edit your pages with FrontPage 2000 and are experiencing problems with your stats, it's most likely due to FrontPage altering the OneStat code. Please delete the OneStat code out of your page and follow the steps below:
If you are experiencing trouble installing your OneStat free web hit counter code using NetObjects Fusion 5.0, please follow the instructions below.
Note: If you wish to change the location of your OneStat tracking icon, return to HTML Source, delete existing OneStat code, and try inserting the code in a different location within the HTML.
To setup OneStat with Netscape Composer.
You can also insert our code using a text editor such as NotePad or SimpleText, or use the HTML translation abilities in many word processors.
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