| Help on Plugins |
A plugin is usually a
small program written by someone that is integrated into another bigger
application (web browser). The program plugs into that application.
Plugins often provide additional functionality that isn't normally
available in the host application, for instance in the case of .NET
functionality is worth knowing if you have .NET interactive pages, this
statistic lists the plugin and any associated components and/or
1. You can get hits/unique/returns/reloads for this
statistic in the drop down box provided at the top of this page,
additionally; you can compare one period of time against another!
2. You can view periods of time by day/week/month and year on this
statistic in the drop down box provided at the top of this page!