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Stats: Webalizer Stats
Webalizer is a program that can scan your logfiles and present the summarized data in a human readable way. You can view the Webalizer stats from the left menu of the site owner panel.
On the opening page you get a brief summarized view of the sites traffic across months.
You can click the links to get a detailed view of each months traffic.
Any request made to the server is considered a 'hit'. The requests can be for html pages, graphic images, cgi scripts, anything...
If a visitor is viewing a page with 10 images it is counted as 11 hits (10 images plus one for th epage itself)
The number of files that are actually transferred from the server to the visitor.
If a visitor is viewing the same file twice it only counts as one file - since the file is cached on the visitors local machine and therefore isn't transferred again.
The number of pages seen - if a vitior is viewing a page with 11 images it still just counts as one.
Pages are all files that can produce an HTML output, in other words, files with extensions like: .htm, .html, .php, .cgi and .shtml etc.
The number of unique computers visiting your site.
If the same person is visiting 1000 times from the same machine it only counts as one.
If the same person is visiting your site from two different machines, it counts as two.
The number of visitor sessions to your site.
A new "session" is registered whenever a visitor comes back to your site at least 30 minutes after the last request from that visitor.
The amount of traffic, in kilobytes, from you site.
A kilobyte is 1024 bytes, not 1000.
Last update: 12.07.2009, 21:19
Author: EchoEcho Support
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