gabe at vtunnel.com
Tue Sep 16 23:24:41 MSD 2008
It's probably being cached. You can either do something like
img src="1pixel.gif?randomnumber=xxxxxxx" where xxxxxxx changes every
time, or you can try to force some headers in with the 1 pixel gif so
that the browser doesn't consider the item cacheable, or both.
On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 3:09 PM, Paul <paul2791 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have built a small stand alone nginx server, all it is doing is serving up one
> empty.gif. I want to use this server to get up to the minute logs for my main
> site. Each page on the main site has an image tag for the empty gif on the
> However, testing it, when i hit a page with the gif, it doesn't get logged on
> the server. If i hit reload in my browser, it does get logged, but if i type in
> the url or go to the page thru a link, no log. If i hit the empty gif directly,
> it does get logged,
> How can i get it it to log every hit??
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