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Adding a Hit Counter to your calendar's title (or footer) is easy. Although localendar doesn't offer built-in counters, it's easy to add them to your page using a little bit of custom HTML.h3.

Find a Counter

The first thing you'll need to do is find a Web Counter on the web. Try a Google Search for ["Free Web Counter"|] or ["Free Web Counter No Ads"|http://www.].
For this example, we're using the free counter from [|http://www.]. This particular counter records +unique visitors+ to a site. Other counters record the number of times a page has been viewed.h3.

Get the HTML

GuestsCounter needs almost no information to get started. Select a calendar style and optional "starting number", and then click Get Code.

The site will return some HTML for the counter:{

Code Block


<a href="">


<img src="" border=0 alt="hit counter"></a><br>


<a href="" style="font-size:9px;">hit counter</a>




Paste the HTML on your calendar

Sign into your localendar account and go to the [Options/General page|General Options].
There are fields for [Calendar Title|General Options#title] and [Calendar Footer|General Options#footer]. You can paste the HTML into either (or both!) fields, depending on where you want it to appear.{



The Title and Footer fields don't let you paste multi-line text. You might need to paste your HTML someplace else (like Notepad) first and remove the line breaks before pasting it into localendar.

{tip}Click "Save General Preferences", and you're done.h3.


Your counter will now appear on your public calendar view. A live example is embedded below:

Wiki Markup


<IFRAME src="

..." height=720 width=700 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0 scrolling=no frameborder=0 border=0></IFRAME>