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[rec.scouting.*] Scouting on the WWW (FAQ *)
Section - How can I tell if anyone is reading my page?

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Check with your system administrator to find out where the access logs
are maintained.  He or she can also tell you how to read the logs and
maybe even help you with a program that will read the logs for you.

The error logs are a good thing to check, too, to make sure that your
links don't contain any typos that prevent your readers from seeing
your pages.

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