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Current visitors from around the world - PHP

Would you like to draw a map showing you where your visitors are coming from - all around the world? Something like this:


Last 15 minutes - visitors to www.wellho.net


I've being doing that through PHP, using the GD graphics module - source code available here if you want to do the same thing on your site - or if you need help we cover it on our ... <advert>PHP Techniques Workshop<advert>

During the day, that map gets cluttered for Europe, so here's a further example I'm working on ...



You can also see some further details on our current visitors text page here.

P.S. These images are live and show the actual traffic in the last fifteen minutes when you arrive at our site every time ... so I expect you'll always see a different image.
(written 2008-08-04, updated 2008-08-09)

 
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