Conor Lynch's [majorbeer at hotmail.com] 20 lines of wisdom included:
> At present we are using an application called Webtrends which examines our
> Apache access_log to determine how many internet users visited certain
> Alot of our pages are dynamic now which means alot of pages would appear
> under the same filename. Does anyone know any way to get the title or any
> content of the HTML page into the access_log,
>> Any help greatly appreciated,
You could always manually log stuff into access_log, but apache
would also be logging there as well.
Instead, create your own log if your using a truly dynamic site, in
the same style as access_log and let webtrends parse that.
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