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    Resolved [RESOLVED] I have a php hitcounter that displays a count on my pages...

    I have a php hitcounter that displays a count on my pages. In one page, i want to call the function, but with no output to the page. I've tried <input type="hidden", but it still displays the count.
    What am i doing wrong?

    Edit: I should mention, it's in a block of php code. I just need to call the function to increment the counter. I don't need to display the count anywhere.
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    Re: I have a php hitcounter that displays a count on my pages...

    Hi there .paul,


    I think members here might need to see the PHP code in question,
    It would then give them a chance of possibly resolving your problem.


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    Re: I have a php hitcounter that displays a count on my pages...

    Quote Originally Posted by coothead View Post
    Hi there .paul,


    I think members here might need to see the PHP code in question,
    It would then give them a chance of possibly resolving your problem.
    The function 'echoes' a number. If i do...

    $variable = myfunction(arg1, arg2);

    $variable is written on my screen. I could use a different php script without the echo, but i'd prefer not to. Alternatively i could rewrite the function to selectively echo the number.

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    Re: I have a php hitcounter that displays a count on my pages...

    It sounds like myFunction does the echoing... so either you have to suffer it, change it, or create a different one.

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