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Implementation FAQ answers your questions when you have troubles with implementing the OneStat Lite script and tells you what to do with different HTML editors.                   

  1. Where can I get the OneStat.com code?
  2. Where should I paste the OneStat.com code?
  3. My website consists of frames, where should I paste the OneStat.com script?
  4. I am using Dreamweaver 2 but still have difficulties
  5. I am using Dreamweaver 3 but still have difficulties
  6. I am using Dreamweaver 4 but still have difficulties
  7. I am using Hotdog 5.5 but still have difficulties
  8. I am using HotMetal Pro but still have difficulties
  9. I am using Microsoft Frontpage but still have difficulties
  10. I am using Microsoft Frontpage 2000 but still have difficulties
  11. I am using Net Object Fusion but still have difficulties
  12. I am using Netscape Composer but still have difficulties
  13. I am using Trelix (Tripod & Fortune City) but still have difficulties  
  14. I am using frames and URL forwading like .TK and get a JavaScript Error

 

  1. Where can I get the OneStat.com code?

After registering for a OneStat account you will receive automatically a confirmation with the log in information and your unique OneStat.com script. The OneStat.com account manager can also provide you an unique script.

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  1. Where should I paste the OneStat.com code?

 Paste the OneStat.com code into the HTML page under the <body> - tag of each page you want to measure. Save the page with the OneStat.com code. Upload the HTML pages that contain the OneStat.com code with a FTP program like you normal do with your HTML pages. You can also get a free FTP program at http://www.wsftp.com

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  1. My website consists of frames, where should I paste the OneStat.com script?

 You should paste the OneStat.com code into the content frame. You don't need to paste the OneStat.com code in every frame because this will cause not a reliable measurement.

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  1. I am using Dreamweaver 2 but still have difficulties

If you are experiencing problems with your OneStat.com stats, it may be due to Dreamweaver restructuring the OneStat code. Please remove the existing OneStat code and follow the below steps.

  1. Open your page in Dreamweaver and click on the <HTML> tab.
  2. Scroll through and insert the OneStat code into the <HTML> window anywhere between the <body> and </body> tags.
  3. Close the <HTML> window and save the changes to your page as a .htm document.

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  1. I am using Dreamweaver 3 but still have difficulties

If you are experiencing problems inserting the OneStat.com code into your pages using Dreamweaver 3, follow these instructions.

  1. Open your web page in Dreamweaver 3.0.
  2. Select 'HTML source code' from the 'Window' pull-down menu.
  3. Make sure that any previous OneStat code has been eliminated from your source code.
  4. Copy and Paste to insert code anywhere between the <body> and </body> tags.
  5. Preview in Browser to make sure that the code is inserted properly.
  6. Save file.

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  1. I am using Dreamweaver 4 but still have difficulties

Dreamweaver 4, when installed, will default to correcting placement and syntax of your HTML tags in your code (thus, altering the OneStat code as well). To prevent this, go to:

  1. EDIT --> PREFERENCES
  2. Click "Code Rewriting"
  3. UN-check both:
    • fix invalidly nested and unclosed tags
    • remove extra closing tags

The "warn when fixing or removing tags" box will automatically uncheck once the above two options are manually unchecked.

Once these steps are completed, you can cut and paste into the HTML code window:

  1. Click the "<>" button to go to code mode.
  2. OR, go VIEW --> CODE
  3. Make sure that any previous OneStat code has been eliminated from your source code.
  4. Copy and Paste to insert code anywhere between the <body> and </body> tags.
  5. Preview in Browser to make sure that the code is inserted properly.
  6. Save file.  

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  1. I am using Hotdog 5.5 but still have difficulties

OneStat.com works correctly with the HotDog Professional 5.5 editor. If you have encountered errors, please follow the below steps.

  1. Insert original OneStat code between tags.
  2. Click on the External Preview in the "File" Toolbar or (F9) and select a browser to view the page in.

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  1. I am using HotMetal Pro but still have difficulties

Paste the OneStat code anywhere between the <Body> and </Body> tags. Ignore any markup errors.

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  1. I am using Microsoft Frontpage but still have difficulties

If you are experiencing problems with your stats, it's most likely due to FrontPage running together the OneStat code. Please delete the OneStat code out of your page and follow the below steps.

  1. View your page in "Normal".
  2. Place your cursor where you'd like to insert the OneStat code.
  3. Click on "Insert" from the dropdown menu.
  4. Click on "FrontPage Component."
  5. Click on "Insert HTML"
  6. Insert the OneStat code between the body tags:
  7. Click "Ok"

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  1.  I am using Microsoft Frontpage 2000 but still have difficulties

If you edit your pages with FrontPage 2000 and are experiencing problems with your stats, it's most likely due to FrontPage altering the OneStat code. Please delete the OneStat code out of your page and follow the steps below:

  1. View your page in Design View (default view).
  2. Click on bottom of page.
  3. Click Insert > Advanced and select "HTML".
  4. Place your cursor where you'd like to insert the OneStat code.
  5. Insert the OneStat code between the body tags.
  6. Click "Ok"

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  1.  I am using Net Object Fusion but still have difficulties

If you are experiencing trouble installing your OneStat code using NetObjects Fusion 5.0, please follow the instructions below.

  1. Open page in NetObjects Fusion 5.0.
  2. Click the 'HTML Source' tab.
  3. Paste the OneStat code between the <body> and </body> tags.
  4. Click on 'Page Preview' tab.
  5. Save page.
  6. You may then examine the location of OneStat in Page Preview mode.

Note: If you wish to change the location of your OneStat, return to HTML Source, delete existing OneStat code, and try inserting the code in a different location within the HTML.

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  1.  I am using Netscape Composer but still have difficulties

This may be related to the way certain Netscape Composer rewrites our JavaScript code into their own version, and not a problem with our code per se. Here are some steps to make it work with composer.

To setup OneStat with Netscape Composer.

  • Open up your composer window.
  • Go to the preferences tab and select composer.
  • Go to the box External Editors.
  • Under HTML Source please select an editor.
  • Click on the choose button and go to your directory
  • Find either notepad.exe (Windows), or SimpleText (Macintosh) file.
  • Highlight the application and click open.
  • This selects notepad or SimpleText as your default editor. Click Ok.
  • You are now ready to edit the source code and paste the OneStat code to your page.

You can also insert our code using a text editor such as NotePad or SimpleText, or use the HTML translation abilities in many word processors.

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  1.  I am using Trelix ( Tripod & Fortune City ) but still have difficulties

 

    • Open your page in Trellix.
    • Click on 'Build Your Own Web Gem'
    • Copy and Paste the OneStat code into the box
    • Click Insert
    • Preview or publish your page and see if the icon appears
    • Save your page and publish

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  1.  I am using Frames and URL forwading like .TK & Come.to  and get a JavaScript Error

Replace in the OneStat script the following line:

   p+="&rf="+escape(parent==self?window.document.referrer:top.document.referrer);

By:

   p+="&rf="+escape(document.referrer);

 

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