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This script presents the user with an acknowledgement of their previous visit in the following format:

 

Welcome back visitor! Your last visit was on 30 October 2008 13:06:52

 

 

If this is the visitor’s first ever visit, the following text is displayed instead:

 

This is your first visit to this page. Welcome!”

 

 

This can be a nice way of personalizing the page to individual visitors, and perhaps even gently pointing out to the visitor that “it’s been a while…” in certain circumstances.

 

As well as displaying the above date message, an additional piece of text can be added onto the end of the message, as shown below:

 

Welcome back visitor! Your last visit was on 30 October 2008 13:06:52 – Glad you’ve decided to return and check out this month’s offers…

 

 

Instructions

 

Selecting this script from the list of scripts (how), and clicking the button_widget_wizard_edit_settings button loads the following screen:

 

window_last_date_script

 

 

There are four straightforward settings that we need to adjust on this screen:

 

Font - Choose the font that you would like to be used when displaying the last-visit message, by clicking on the drop-down and then selecting the desired font.

 

 

Font Size - Choose the size of font that you would like the last-visit message displayed in, by clicking on the drop-down font size selector and then by selecting the desired size from the list of options. You can chose anything from 6pt - 72pt.

 

 

Font Color - Select the font color by clicking on the browse button to the right of the text box.

 

 

Additional Text – Enter any text that you would like to appear immediately to the right of the last-visit text, as shown in the example above.

 

 

Once you have adjusted the settings click the button_image_gallery_insert button and your last visit script will be inserted into your Web page at the cursor-point.

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