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Scroll down to the bottom of the page again. Here I have my new website hit counter right under my facebook like button. I really like the website hit counter; it is on every page of my website. This provides extra publicity, as visitors interact more with your website and they can track how popular your website is. You can also use it as milestones for your website: e.g. after 100,000 pageviews, have a promotion! The counter uses really like space on your website and is a great addition. It is very easy to install, websites provide free html code for you to copy-and-paste, and then you're done! Most websites have a very small link right under the counter, well worth it though, I would recommend for you to get it. I've checked many sites, and the best site for a website hit counter is:

They have many styles to choose from for your button, and allow you to choose what number to start counting from (sometimes to make your website look more impressive) and can reset the counter, change it to a greater value, etc. at any time. I would recommend starting from 0: it's interesting to see your progress, and is accurate for visitors on your site. However, I suppose it could help give your website greater credibility, but do note that there are many other easy ways to check your true web traffic. My website counter did start from 0.

Note that you can put the html on one page, several pages, or all pages on your website. It will only track hits for the total number of pageviews people have on all of the pages that have the hit counter installed. Putting it on the homepage is fine, but do note that traffic from searches may not land on your home page, making your hit counter lower. I would recommend putting it on every page of your website.

Anyways, just my 2 cents on something cool I added to my website. I would urge you to do the same, it adds a really cool feature to your site, has great consumer appeal, easy to install, and just fun to watch your hit counter grow every day!

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This is my first post in a while. Scroll down to the bottom of the page, please. Right before the ad, do you see a Facebook like button right there? Click on it, then admire how cool it is. That's right, you can like every page of my website. And not just mine either. Social networking is a huge way to get traffic to your site, and you should use it to your full advantage. People love "liking" things, so give them what they want. This "like" button is called a social plugin by Facebook. Want yours now?

Go to

Fill in your information. Note that you only need to have the URL of your main page. Now, you will get code. Take the html and copy and paste in wherever you want on your site, and there! You have a cool like button on every page of your site so people can interact with your site. You can also add comment boxes, etc, so experiment and have fun!
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When working on my javascript implementation for the determinant of the matrix, I had to create a two-dimensional array. Javascript does not offer one, so I looked online and there are a couple of solutions do this. Javascript doesn't offer a two-dimensional array declaration so you must declare an array then declare an array in one of the elements. For example:

var multiArray= new Array(3);

Note that these "two dimensional arrays have special properties: the rows don't have to be the same size, or the same type for that matter, since they are acting as seperate arrays anyways. multiArray[0] had 4 ints, multiArray[1] had 4 strings, and multiArray[2] had 1 double. These arrays can hold even more arrays (higher dimensions) or even objects.

However, what if you do need a two dimensional array with the columns of the same size, and the same type, just like in java? For example, for a 5x8 array in java, I would use something like:
int[][]cool=new int[5][8].
For javascript, let r=how many rows you want and c=how many columns you want. The code would be:

var multiArray= new Array(r);
for(var i=0;i<multiArray.length;i++){
multiArray[i]=new Array(c);

This would give you the code you need to create a two-dimensional array with r rows and c cols. Then you can access an element in the two-dimensional array simply, like multiArray[1][3].

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