Top Browsers Help Help Card

This page identifies the most popular browsers used by visitors to your site. This information will only be displayed if your server is logging the browser/platform information.

Top Browsers
 
Browser
Hits
% of Total Hits
Visits Sorted by this column
1 Microsoft Internet Explorer 296,595 97.19% 31,514
2 Netscape Compatible 2,505 0.82% 835
3 Netscape Navigator 4,972 1.62% 553
4 Others 868 0.28% 246
5 Opera 191 0.06% 17
6 Real Player G2 3 0.00% 1
7 WebTV 1 0.00% 1
8 OmniWeb 27 0.00% 1
9 Lynx 3 0.00% 0
Total For Browsers Above 305,165 100.00% 33,168

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Browser - Identifies each browser used by visitors.

Hits - Number of hits from the specified browser. A hit is a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

Visits - Number of times a visitor with the specified browser came to your site. Every visit by each individual visitor is counted. If a visitor is idle longer than the idle-time limit, WebTrends assumes the visit was voluntarily terminated. If the visitor continues to browse your site after they reach the idle-time limit, a new visit is counted. The default idle-time limit is thirty minutes. This time limit can be changed by the system administrator.

% - Percentage of total hits by visitors using the specified browser.



Browser data can help you determine how to configure your site for optimal viewing.

Note: Any hits identified as originating from a spider (an automated program that searches the Internet) are not counted in this table.

 Netscape Browsers Help Help Card

This page gives you a breakdown of the various versions of Netscape used by visitors to your site.

Netscape Browsers
 
Browser
Hits
% of Total Hits
Visits Sorted by this column
1 Netscape 5.0 2,104 42.31% 208
2 Netscape 7.1 1,735 34.89% 149
3 Netscape 7.02 426 8.56% 45
4 Netscape 7.0 62 1.24% 19
5 Netscape 4.5 37 0.74% 18
6 Netscape 4.78 54 1.08% 18
7 Netscape 4.7 211 4.24% 15
8 Netscape 4.79 55 1.10% 13
9 Netscape 7.01 14 0.28% 11
10 Netscape 4.8 27 0.54% 8
11 Netscape 4.0 40 0.80% 7
12 Netscape 4.77 7 0.14% 6
13 Netscape 4.75 8 0.16% 6
14 Netscape 6.2.2 20 0.40% 3
15 Netscape 4.06 4 0.08% 3
16 Netscape 4.05 2 0.04% 2
17 Netscape 4.74 71 1.42% 2
18 Netscape 4.71 2 0.04% 2
19 Netscape 4.72 2 0.04% 2
20 Netscape 4.75C 2 0.04% 2
Total For Browsers Above 4,883 98.20% 539

Netscape Browsers - Help Card Start of Chapter

Browser - Specific version of Netscape being analyzed.

Hits - Number of hits by visitors with the specified version of Netscape. A hit refers to a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and the two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

Visits - Number of visits by visitors with the specified version of Netscape. If a visitor is idle longer than the idle-time limit, WebTrends assumes the visit was voluntarily terminated. If the visitor continues to browse your site after they reach the idle-time limit, a new visit is counted. The default idle-time limit is thirty minutes. This time limit can be changed by the system administrator.

% - Percentage of hits from visitors with the specified version of Netscape.



This determines which percentage of visitors use newer browser versions and whether version-specific features (such as Java Scripts) should be implemented on your site.

 Microsoft Explorer Browsers Help Help Card

This page gives you a breakdown of the various versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer used by visitors to your site.

Microsoft Explorer Browsers
 
Browser
Hits
% of Total Hits
Visits Sorted by this column
1 Explorer 6.0 245,667 82.82% 27,364
2 Explorer 5.5 14,850 5.00% 2,408
3 Explorer 5.01 30,879 10.41% 903
4 Explorer 5.0 4,526 1.52% 743
5 Explorer 4.01 88 0.02% 56
6 Explorer 6.0b 40 0.01% 13
7 Explorer 5.22 196 0.06% 10
8 Explorer 5.16 41 0.01% 3
9 Explorer 5.17 23 0.00% 2
10 Explorer 5.13 63 0.02% 2
11 Explorer 4.5 40 0.01% 2
12 Explorer 5.23 73 0.02% 2
13 Explorer 5.15 28 0.00% 2
14 Explorer 05.5 1 0.00% 1
15 Explorer 4.0 45 0.01% 1
16 Explorer 5.14 34 0.01% 1
17 Explorer 5.00 1 0.00% 1
Total For Browsers Above 296,595 100.00% 31,514

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Browser - Specific version of Microsoft Internet Explorer being analyzed.

Hits - Number of hits by visitors with the specified version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. A hit refers to a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and the two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

Visits - Number of visits by visitors with the specified version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. If a visitor is idle longer than the idle-time limit, WebTrends assumes the visit was voluntarily terminated. If the visitor continues to browse your site after they reach the idle-time limit, a new visit is counted. The default idle-time limit is thirty minutes. This time limit can be changed by the system administrator.

% - Percentage of hits from visitors with the specified version of Microsoft Internet Explorer.



This determines which percentage of visitors use newer browser versions and whether version-specific features (such as Java Scripts) should be implemented on your site.

 Visiting Spiders Help Help Card

This page identifies all robots, spiders, crawlers and search services (i.e. Alta Vista, Lycos, and Excite) visiting your site.

Visiting Spiders
 
Spider
Hits
% of Total Hits
Visits Sorted by this column
1 Googlebot 1,187 32.98% 620
2 Googlebot-Image 544 15.11% 468
3 Mozilla/5.0 (Slurp/cat; slurp@inktomi.com; http://www.inktomi.com/slurp.html) 31 0.86% 31
4 Scooter 554 15.39% 27
5 FAST-WebCrawler 802 22.28% 17
6 Openfind data gatherer, Openbot 10 0.27% 10
7 EMPAS_ROBOT 20 0.55% 6
8 Baiduspider ( http: 8 0.22% 6
9 Openbot 5 0.13% 2
10 WebZIP 65 1.80% 2
11 http: 145 4.02% 2
12 Speedy Spider (http: 14 0.38% 1
13 Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; (R1 1.1); .NET CLR 1.1.4322; MSIECrawler) 47 1.30% 1
14 Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; MSIECrawler) 48 1.33% 1
15 Mozilla/4.0 (compatible: FDSE robot) 1 0.02% 1
16 Szukacz 23 0.63% 1
17 Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; Hotbar 4.3.5.0; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; MSIECrawler) 55 1.52% 1
18 Mozilla/3.0 (compatible; Fluffy the spider; http://www.searchhippo.com/; info@searchhippo.com) 1 0.02% 1
19 Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de-DE; rv:1.0.1) Gecko/20020823 Netscape/7.0 (CK-1LycosDE0 1 0.02% 1
20 Mozilla/4.04 [en] (JVMBot, JVM Search Indexing Robot, http://jvm.com/search/robot.html) 8 0.22% 0
Total For Spiders Above 3,569 99.16% 1,199

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Hits - Number of times the specified spider hit your site. A hit refers to a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and the two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

Spider - An automated program which searches the Internet.

Visits - Number of times the specified spider visited your site.

% - Percentage of total spider hits by the specified spider.



This information is important for a Webmaster trying to block spiders that tax the server. It also tells you what kind of automated attention you have attracted to your site.

 Top Platforms Help Help Card

This page identifies the operating systems most used by the visitors to the site. This information will only be displayed if your server is logging the browser/platform information.

Top Platforms
 
Platform
Hits
% of Total Hits
Visits Sorted by this column
1 Windows XP 193,748 62.74% 18,510
2 Windows 2000 67,780 21.95% 6,834
3 Windows 98 24,635 7.97% 4,368
4 Others 6,946 2.24% 2,212
5 Windows ME 9,573 3.10% 1,732
6 Windows NT 2,191 0.70% 371
7 Windows 95 1,882 0.60% 146
8 Macintosh PowerPC 1,739 0.56% 104
9 Linux 213 0.06% 82
10 Windows Win32s 37 0.01% 5
11 SunOS 2 0.00% 2
12 OS/2 18 0.00% 1
Total For Platforms Above 308,764 100.00% 34,367

Top Platforms - Help Card Start of Chapter

Hits - Number of hits by visitors using the specified platform. A hit refers to a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and the two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

Platform - The specified platform being analyzed. "Platform" refers to the operating system.

Visits - Number of visits by people using the specified platform. If a visitor is idle longer than the idle-time limit, WebTrends assumes the visit was voluntarily terminated. If the visitor continues to browse your site after they reach the idle-time limit, a new visit is counted. The default idle-time limit is thirty minutes. This time limit can be changed by the system administrator.

% - Percentage of hits by visitors using the specified platform.



This information is useful when determining what content to include on your Web site.

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