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As per Jeff's reply here:

login pages, along with a number of other homepage style pages, don't count as "access"

So, what exactly are the pages/actions that can count my visit as "access"? Can I just go visit any question and cast and upvote/downvote on it to have the day counted? Is the same applicable for comment votes?

As far as I understand, any activity which gets logged in the activity tab (here for me) is counted as a successful visit.

If that is so, I'd be more than glad to upvote one or two posts everyday. If not, can someone please provide a detailed/short list(probably as community wiki) of accepted measures which may lead to fanatic badges?

P.S.: I know any kind of posting is always counted for this; be it a question, reply or a comment.

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

If I log in and go to my profile page, the number of consecutive visits increments before I do anything, so I think just doing that is sufficient and self-confirmatory.

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Good point. Of course, that requires remembering what the count was the day before. ;) – Andrew Barber May 10 '13 at 5:49
Did you try it for two days-in-a-row? – hjpotter92 May 10 '13 at 5:49
I think it works two days in a row... try it by logging in to a different stackexchange site if you want to test cleanly without curtailing your normal SO use. – Stephen Hewlett May 10 '13 at 18:13

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