|Html Pages that the user requests should give control to index.pl with that webpage request as url parameter, so that the perl program calculate the page's counter data and display them.
Up until now i had the following approach: HTML page with php code in it that called a php module than calculated counter data and give the execution back to html page to display it.
Sounds like php programs to me, not HTML page
But now with pure htmnl code with no calls to perl program and no php data, how the counter should be calculated?
Call a program
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