by Robert Hashemian
is displayed to the users at your desired location on your Web pages.
The client IP address is stored in variable "VIH_HostIP". The client host name, if available, is stored in variable "VIH_HostName". You can
You can omit the "VIH_BackColor", "VIH_ForeColor", "VIH_FontPix", "VIH_DisplayFormat", and "VIH_DisplayOnPage" parameters. Default values will
be used in that case.
"VIH_DisplayFormat" allows you to format the display to your liking.
For example, instead of the default English, you can use terms from your own language,
or make any other desired adjustments, like omitting the IP address.
If "VIH_DisplayOnPage" is set to "no", client information will not be printed. This option is useful if you want to use your own
VIH_BackColor = "palegreen";
VIH_ForeColor = "navy";
VIH_FontPix = "16";
VIH_DisplayFormat = "You are visiting from:<br>IP Address: %%IP%%";
VIH_DisplayOnPage = "yes";
Here is what the user will see: (Data will vary depending on user's point of access.)
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