Joseph Herlant
version 1.0.1, 2013-10-09 : Tiny updates

1. Introduction

Imagevue is an image gallery and portfolio available at

The goal of this document is to describe how to add a visit counter to the bottom of the website.

2. Get a visit counter tool

There’s a lot of website providing this type of tools. Here, we went to the . There you will choose your counter and they will provide you a script tag that looks like the example bellow (the character sentence at the end of the src attribute should vary). This is the part that will be included at the bottom of your website.

<script type="text/javascript"

The file should be located in the iv-includes/templates/ folder relatively to the root of your directory.

At the very end of this page, just before this following lines that represent the closing tags for the html and body tags…


add the following code:

<div style="width:100%; text-align:center">
<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

Then modify the css file as explained bellow.

4. Modifying imagevue.flash.css

The imagevue.flash.css file is located in the iv-includes/assets/css/ directory (this is relative to the root of your website).

There you’ll need to find the declaration of the imagevue id that should be empty. It should look like this:

#imagevue { }

You need to modify this to change the size of the container to 95% of the whole page. You do it adding height: 95% in the brackets of the previously finded imagevue declaration tag. It should look like this:

#imagevue { height:95% }

And that’s it!