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AXS Site Tracking System

An access log script which creates graphs of usage. Logs both URL's used to get to your site and URL's used to leave your site, as well as visitor server, IP#, browser, document viewed, and time. The script allows WHOIS queries on the visitor's server and reverse DNS lookups of their IP address.

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Very nicely done. Includes an outstanding number of features, but an update would not hurt it.

Posted by aaaa on Oct 26, 1999 Reply

Great Script! :-)

Posted by J4FGuardian on Oct 25, 1999 Reply

Posted by mohamed on Oct 21, 1999 Reply

A very powerful script, with a lot of nice features. The calander could be more aesthetic perhaps. How about a table, rather than an unmanagable list?

Posted by kjc197 on Oct 17, 1999 Reply

Posted by Craig on Sep 29, 1999 Reply

Very useful.

Posted by Catari on Aug 08, 1999 Reply

This is a nice CGI script. Very easy to configure and nice features. Thanks!

Posted by Starhawk on Jul 08, 1999 Reply

The best I have seen yet. Could be a little better if the output were in table format and chronological order. Gets a little cluttered, otherwise.

Posted by lifegard2 on Jul 06, 1999 Reply

Impressive script, definitely a keeper for me. I had to tinker a bit to get it running, but well worth the effort. For output the choices are brief narratives of individual visits or graphs of statistics. A nice in-between would be tabulated output.

Posted by Davee on Jun 27, 1999 Reply

Great!

Posted by klaus2 on May 28, 1999 Reply

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