How to keep previous Revolver Maps Web Traffic Statistics data when choosing another map?


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If you are interested in putting a web statistics widget to your website or blog, then you should try Revolver Maps. It is a free service that displays your visitors’ footprints and also live (online) visitor tickers. It is interesting and helps you see how many visitors are actually online on your website at any point in time. If you are interested, get your widget at www.revolvermaps.com. In this post, we will see how to keep previous Revolver Maps Web Traffic Statistics data when choosing another map.

To get visitor traffic statistics, go to http://www.revolvermaps.com/  choose a type, copy the code and simply add it to your website or blog. For more specifics, read their FAQ section.

An example of Revolver Maps 2D:

There are various kinds of format to choose from:
  • RevolverMaps Standard,
  • Revolvermaps Mini GL,
  • RevolverMaps Mini Classic,
  • RevolverMaps Plain,
  • RevolverMaps Button,
  • RevolverMaps 24 Hours Chart


    How to keep previous Revolver Maps Web Traffic Statistics data when choosing another map?

    If you tried any of the Revolver Maps for sometime and you want to change the map type, then DO IT WITHOUT LOSING PREVIOUS STATISTICS. If you simply grab the code and put it in your site, the previous data is lost. 

    Here is what you need to do to keep the previous revolver maps statistics (see step 7) below.
    1. Go to the site www.revolvermaps.com
    2. Select A Map
    3. Choose Dimensions
    4. Choose Dot Color
    5. Select the Corner Style
    6. Choose Code Version (JavaScript/HTML/BBCode (for forums)
    7. Copy The Code To Your Site
      1. Select option “UPDATE”  on the right
      2. Enter the website link
      3. Click SUBMIT. Wait till it shows OK
      4. Then, copy the code displayed on the left and replace your old code with the code on the left.
    That's it! You should have a new map without loosing previous statistics.
    If you simply copy-paste the code without updating, you will lose previous statistics.




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