Hey, everyone. Have a question for anyone who has experience designing websites.
I recently put together a website of photos of my son for his family to see. It's one of those Tripod/Lycos sites deals which didn't cost anything, so it's a fairly straightforward, no frills site. My one problem, though, is with the hit counter.
I installed one that Tripod had recommended and it turns out that anyone can see the IP address of visitors to my site. I tried (using my very limited HTML experience) to privatize that information, so that visitors DON'T know everyone who's logged on, but no luck. Same thing when I tried a completely separate hit counter.
So my question is this, any one know of a cheap (read: free) hit counter that will protect user's privacy, or at least make it only available to the webmaster (me)?
THey are still pretty much involved with it though, or with any good cause they can get involved with (amnesty international is one) but don't always yell it from the roof tops anymore. However, in their shows there are quite some political bits..