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Printing your webpage is much better using a HEREDOC e.g
close(LOGFILE); open(WEBPAGE,">",$webPage); $tm = strftime( "%d/%m/%Y", localtime()); print WEBPAGE <<EOF; <head><title>Access Counts</title> </head> <body> <h1> today is: $tm</h1> <h3>Yesterday was $yesterday</h3> <table border="1" cellpadding="10" width='500px'> <h2>Total hits: $totalhits</h2> <h3>Hits Yesterday: $yesterdayHits</h3> $rows </table></p> </body> </html> EOF close( WEBPAGE);
Also please use CSS to format your table layout, keep html tags lowercase; Uppercase is *so* 1995 ;-). I could go on but one of your future tasks is obviously to learn about good HTML presentation and layout.
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In reply to Re: counting yesterdays hits in a logfile by space_monk
in thread counting yesterdays hits in a logfile by jrp370

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