If you are the kind of person that loves to express himself / herself - perhaps with even some unorthodox behavior, then deviantArt.com is the place for you. You can create art, display your masterpieces, view and comment on other people's efforts and really let yourself loose. While there is nothing deviant about deviantArt, there is plenty of scope to express yourself and be creative.

By installing a TraceMyIP click counter you will get to know how popular (or otherwise) your profile and your artwork is. The process is simple and gives you good inputs into how interesting and creative your page is.

Generating a click counter using TraceMyIP

If you already have an TraceMyIP account, login into that and select "Add New Project", else follow this link to learn how to register an account and then add the new project. Use the URL of your deviantArt.com page to generate the click counter code on TraceMyIP.

In the "Code Type" drop down list select Universal Tracker - Javascript and generate the code.

Copy the Javascript code to the clipboard and switch back to your deviantArt page.

Installing the click counter code for deviantArt.com

On your deviantArt profile page, select "Edit page". You will get a page that has several customizable widgets on it. Select the one labelled "deviantID". Click the edit symbol on the top right as shown below -


A text box will open up where you can paste the JavaScript you have copied from the TraceMyIP site.

There appears to be a bug in the software in that the text box is not fully uncovered but continues to be behind the image of the deviantID widget. It does not matter, simply right click on the visible portion of the text box and paste the code. This is shown in the image below -


Save the code and exit edit mode. You will find the click counter would be installed and working.

Verifying the click counter code installation

Once you have followed the steps above to install your click counter code, you need to ensure that the tracker code is installed properly.

  1. Visit the section(s) of your website and verify that the tracker image shows up as intended. If you are a premium subscriber, disable the invisible tracking option first, then visually verify your tracker installation.
  2. Additionally, you can check if your own visits are being properly logged. If you are blocking your own visits from being logged by the tracker, disable the auto IP blocking feature first.
Category: Code Installation

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