Counters

You can publish a special IPLogger counter on your website. The feature of this counter is that you will have access to all IP addresses of all visitors. You will also get information about visitors’ country, city, date and time of visiting, their browser and operating system. You will be able to access a full statistics with your ID or in your account.
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Informers

You can generate IP informer code, which can be published on your website, posted on any forum or blog. IP informer will show to the viewer his IP address, and save the date, time, IP address and other information about the visitor in iplogger database that you will have access to.
Our service provides a unique feature that allows you to create a special informer that can be published on your website or post that will display a list of IP addresses of the 10 most recent visitors and precise time of their visits. In addition to that, the list displayed begins with an IP address of the last visitor, i.e. the one currently seeing your informer on his screen.
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Userbars

Forumand blog fans can use our unique userbarforms, designed specifically forposting in user signatures on forums, and showing his IP address to any user thatreads your comment, the country and the city of his location. Userbar forms will make your signature not only attractive and unique but also functional, collecting complete statistics of users visiting forum pages with your comments. You will be able to access a full statistics with your ID or in your account.
  • Please sel­ect any userbar that you like more from the list below and click generate button.
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