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  • Free

Version: 0.4.6

Released: Dec 06, 2004

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jrobbio

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BBClone

For each visitor, this script can display IP address with reverse DNS, OS, browser, referring URL, visit date, page visits and number of visitors in a graphical interface. No database is required No database is required.

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Great script for low traffic sites, not for high traffic sites above 5k per day. The script will crash since the logs grow bigger and bigger. The stats are stored in files not in a fast database.

Posted by AdultSEO on Mar 24, 2006 Reply

Extremely simple tool to install and use and gives basic information about visitors. Works extremely fast and I am currently testing it on my (future) mozaiek advertising site and so far no problems detected. It's great that no database is needed. Could use more than just the top10 statistics, but maybe I have not read all the documentation. Great work guys / gals for a free tool like this one!

Posted by mfjtf on Feb 02, 2006 Reply

Looks great, but I'm not allowed to use absolute paths on my web server, so I could not use it.

Posted by khakilist on Oct 28, 2005 Reply

Sweet! Easy to install, easy to maintain. All the functionality you need. No need for sql-databases. Check in the addons available when you register to the BBClones forum.

Posted by pirre on Feb 28, 2005 Reply

This is what I was looking for: easy to install, precise and shows the history of visited pages. The best counter that I've ever seen.

Posted by firepol on Aug 01, 2004 Reply

DeveloperA pleasure to use, the visitor tracker really makes this a killer app.

Posted by jrobbio on Jul 24, 2004 Reply

Great script, but the install doc has to be one of the most long-winded, anal-retentive documents I've ever read. The doc actually made the script harder to install simply because I had to wade through all the unecessary explanations to get to the actual instructions.

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