[Chameleon] 2 Questions: Mapnotes; HitCounter
jacob.delfos at maunsell.com
Mon Feb 14 19:02:33 EST 2005
The hitcounter is very basic. There is a parameter in the context file
called "count_hits", which by default is set to true, I think. In the
cwc2.php file, there is a little line that calls a function in stats.php.
This function requests a few server variables, such as IP address, IP name,
and browser. It dumps these into a DBF file.
To view the statistics, you have to go through the chameleon admin pages.
You'd have to make to sure to map "admin/htdocs", and then open main.php.
There will be a link to "chameleon statistics" on the left.
I haven't used it with mySQL. You'd have to rewrite the bit that does the
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[mailto:chameleon-bounces at lists.maptools.org] On Behalf Of joanvp
Sent: 15 February 2005 00:56
To: llista chameleon
Subject: [Chameleon] 2 Questions: Mapnotes; HitCounter
I'm trying to add two new features to my little chameleon project. I don't
know the way to add Mapnotes widget. I've tried something like this:
<td><cwc2 type="mapnotes" image="icons/icon_notes.png" visible="true"
imagetip="gftjfjfhjhjf" imagewidth="24" imageheight="24" popupwidth="490"
popupheight="450" toolbar="false" status="false" menubar="false">
But it doesn't recognize it.
The second question is about Hit Counter. Can someone tell me more about it.
How it works? How can I use it? Can I implement it with a MySQL database?
Sorry if I have forgotten something obvious.
Thanks in advanced.
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