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There are several ways to count the number of visitors to your website using HTML. Here is a simple code using JavaScript that you can use to count the number of visitors to your website:

  1. Add the following code in the <head> section of your HTML document:
<script type="text/javascript">
    function addVisitor() {
        var count = localStorage.getItem("visitorCount");
        localStorage.setItem("visitorCount", count);
        document.getElementById("visitorCount").innerHTML = count;

    window.onload = function() {
        if (localStorage.getItem("visitorCount") === null) {
            localStorage.setItem("visitorCount", 0);
  1. Add the following code where you want to display the number of visitors on your website:
<p>Number of visitors: <span id="visitorCount"></span></p>

This code will create a JavaScript function that uses the localStorage object to store the number of visitors to your website. It also creates a function called addVisitor() that increments the visitor count and displays it on your web page.

When the page loads, the window.onload event is triggered, which checks if the visitorCount key is present in the localStorage object. If it’s not present, it sets the count to 0. If it’s present, it retrieves the count and updates the display on the web page.

Note that this code only counts the number of visitors to your website using localStorage, which means the count will reset to 0 if the user clears their browser data or switches to a different device. If you want to track visitors more accurately, you may want to use a more robust analytics tool like Google Analytics.

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