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if (!isset($_SESSION))    {
    session_start();
}
$page = urlencode($_SERVER['PHP_SELF'].$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'].'.counter');
 
if (!file_exists('counter/'))    {
    mkdir('counter');
}
 
$visits = file_exists('counter/'.$page) ? (int)file_get_contents('counter/'.$page) : 0;
if (!isset($_SESSION['counter']))    {
    $visits++;
    createFile('counter/'.$page,$visits);
    $_SESSION['counter'] = 'counted';
}
 
function createFile($file,$content)    {
    $mode='w+';
    $fp = fopen($file,$mode);
    fwrite($fp,$content);
    fclose($fp);
}
 
 
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Posted 5-Sep-12 20:10pm
Edited 5-Sep-12 20:15pm
D-Kishore4.2K
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Solution 1

You may not have write permissions to files on your hosted server, check with your provider where you are allowed to write files (or you can probably set write permissions to your own folders in the config panel of your hosted server).
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sachin upd 6-Sep-12 3:05am
   
i checked by crating a folder with the name counter manually but still nothing happening.
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Solution 2

It is issue of file permission. You have to set read and write permission.
refer below link to change permissions
http://php.net/manual/en/function.mkdir.php[^]
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