Here's a list of the counter styles currently available to you:
(You'll need to scroll waaaaaaaaaay down the page due to some layout issues...)
|Counter Graphic||Counter Style|
How do I use these new styles?
It takes a bit of hacking, but it's actually pretty easy. If you're creating a new counter:
- Go to your dashboard page
- Select Generate HTML
- Select Counter & Tracker Code
- Select Odometer style
- Click through all of the steps until you get the counter code
- Examine the code you've created for these characters: Style=Odometer
- Find a counter style from the list above and replace Style=Odometer with Style=57chevy (or Style=odometerblack or some other style you'd like to use -- just make sure you use the style names exactly as they are provided on this page)
How do I alter an existing graphical counter?
If you're altering an existing graphical counter it's pretty similar. Look for Style=Odometer and replace it with the new style of your choosing. If your counter code doesn't contain the Style=Odometer part, you should be able to add it to your code. Just be careful to put it right after the ? (question mark) or right at the end of the code. Unless you know what you're doing, you'll want to avoid putting it right in the middle of the code, since you don't want to get too creative or you might demolish your current counter code and render it unusable. Having said that, it's a pretty simple process. Make sure you copy your old counter code to a backup file before you start making changes and you should be fine to hack on the code to your heart's content.
Please note that the first style listed (odometer) is not a new style, since it was already available, but it belongs in this list because it's the same style of counter as these new ones.