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Well, first way(image)is acceptable. OK, without referrer. Here is some code I found, but it uses SSI. How to adjust it work with image?
#!/usr/bin/perl # ####################################################### # Visitor Alert Script # # This script notifies you by email whenever your website is visited. # ####################################################### print "Content-type: text/html\n\n"; $sendto = 'you@yourdomain.com'; $mailprgm = '/usr/sbin/sendmail -t'; $page = $ENV{'DOCUMENT_NAME'}; $sitename = $ENV{'SERVER_NAME'}; $client = $ENV{'HTTP_USER_AGENT'}; $camefrom = $ENV{'HTTP_REFERER'}; $addrin = $ENV{'REMOTE_ADDR'}; @ip = split (/\./, $addrin); $binip = pack ("C4", @ip); $isp = gethostbyaddr ($binip, 2); { open (MAIL, "|$mailprgm") || die 'Could not open mail program'; print MAIL "To: $sendto\n"; print MAIL "Subject: Visitor Alert\n"; print MAIL "From: Visitor Alert\n"; print MAIL "\n"; print MAIL "Visitor Alert\n\n"; print MAIL "A visitor from: $isp ($addrin)\n\n"; print MAIL "OS and browser: $client\n\n"; print MAIL "Page name: $page\n\n"; print MAIL "Referrer: $camefrom\n\n"; print MAIL "Page visited: $sitename\n\n"; close (MAIL); } exit;

In reply to Re^2: Visitors logger cgi script by Anonymous Monk
in thread Visitors logger cgi script by Anonymous Monk

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