How to find the html code in my website review?

  • 1
  • Question
  • Updated 9 years ago
  • Answered
What is my HTLM CODE, in my websit
I, need to submitt in free counter to verify the visitors in my website.
Photo of daniel


  • 1 Post
  • 0 Reply Likes
  • confident

Posted 9 years ago

  • 1
Photo of Boomer

Boomer, Champion

  • 2055 Posts
  • 84 Reply Likes
Hi Daniel,

Here is great tool that I got from Ed.
Got to give the man the credit.

Here's what they offer:
- A 100% free web counter that be can installed on virtually any website.
- A wide assortment of invisible and graphical web counter styles to choose from.
- A password protected account to view your detailed web statistics.
- A hosted solution, so there's no software for you to install and to maintain.
- 24x7 real-time statistics. Access your web statistics from any place, at any time.
- Over 20+ web statistical reports with detailed logs and charts.
- Monitor who's on your website with real-time streaming data.
- Track page views, unique visitors, visitor paths, referrals, search engine keywords.
- Get statistical reports emailed to you.

I've been using it for about 3 months now, without any complaints.

Just copy the code that ewebcounter provides you with, into a new HTML widget,
and place it at the bottom of each page that you want to track.
Photo of Marije

Marije, Official Rep

  • 4636 Posts
  • 237 Reply Likes
Hi Daniel,

You can find the HTML widget that Boomer mentions on the sidebar on the right:

Add that to your page and paste the code provided into the HTML editor that opens.
Photo of Kershnee


  • 2087 Posts
  • 152 Reply Likes
Hi Daniel,

We recommend adding Google Analytics to your site. This application will help you track your visitors' locations and behaviour on your site - letting you know which parts of your site are the most popular/effective.

Here's how to add Google Analytics:

1. Go to and sign up for a free account.
2. Type in the URL of your site.
3. Copy the verification code provided by Google.
4. Go to SynthaSite and drag and drop an HTML widget at the bottom of each page you want to track. You could place the code anywhere on your page, but always adding it in the same spot helps you keep track of where you have placed it.
5. Paste the code from Google into the dialogue box of the HTML widget on each page.
6. Republish your site.

Your site will then be verified and you can log in to your Google Analytics account to find out all the information you want to know about the people who have visited your site. Please be aware that it takes 24 hours for Google Analytics to collect the first lot of data about your site.

(Note: Google Analytics sometimes gives a Javascript error on drop. This is a known issue, but will not interfere with Google's ability to verify your site. If you get this error, simply navigate to another page on your site and all should be fine).