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Sunday, August 30, 2015

How to Create a Hit Counter in HTML

Conduct an online search for a free hit counter, such as, and
Read the terms/agreement for using the free hit counter.
Choose a style for your hit counter.
Register your account by including a user name, password, starting count for your hit counter, a valid email address and the URL of the page where the hit counter will be added.
Accept the terms/agreement and follow them. A html code will be generated for your hit counter.
Copy the html code provided. It may be similar to:' target='_top'>></script>' target='_top'>Free Counter Or another provided by, which allows you to track 'all hits' or 'unique visitors':' target='_blank'>' target='_blank' style='text-decoration: none; font-size: 9px; font-family: Verdana; color: #000000'>Website Hosting Services
Open your preferred text editor (such as Notepad or WordPad) and scroll to the area of your page where you want the hit counter to appear. Most hit counters are placed on the bottom of the page, just above the
Paste the hit counter code to each page you want to place the hit counter and save your HTML file.
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Saturday, August 29, 2015

How to Create an HTML Page in Weebly (6 Steps)

Log into your Weebly account. Click the 'Pages' tab. Click 'Add Page.'
Type a name for your page into the 'Page Name' box. Click 'Save Settings.' The Weebly Editor page will open.
Click the 'Elements' tab. You will see icons across the top of the page that represent the different elements that can be added to your page.
Click the 'Custom HTML' icon. While holding down your left mouse button, drag and drop the HTML icon onto the blank page below.
Click the web page link that is labeled 'Click to set custom HTML.' The HTML editor box will be displayed. Type or paste your HTML code into the editor box.
Click anywhere outside of the HTML editor box to close the box. Click 'Publish' to save and publish your HTML page.
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