Web Programming: Access tracking with site logs

This weeks lab 6  expanded upon the earlier lab of parcing a log file into useful access data by applying it to our site. I modified my site so that it now appends the address of the page to a log file, which is then searched for the particular page being visited, and returns the count of visits the site has received to that page in the footer. Also, a reporting page has been created that collects all of this information into a nice format dynamically. To check it out, look here. Also, from last week in lab 5, here is the gallery page.

  1. Good report. Did you consider maybe doing “/” as “Homepage” or something that might be more readable?

  2. (Also glad to see you do a regexp)

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