On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 9:47 AM, Angela Barone
<ang...@italian-getaways.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>         I have a script that counts hits to all the pages in my site and 
> emails me a report nightly.  However, it also counts my visits to my site, 
> and when I'm coding, I'm hitting a lot of my pages, repeatedly.  I'd like to 
> find a way to not count my page visits.
>         At first, I thought about adding a parameter to each URL and parsing 
> that in the script, but that would get old real fast, and also, I may forget 
> to add it each time.  Is there a way to tell the script to ignore my visits?
> Thank you,
> Angela

What about ignoring $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] or $_SERVER['REMOTE_HOST']
where that matches your public IP or FQDN?


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