An overview of the last 12 months, with the statistics for each month in graphs. These are also shown in a table. Click on a month for more detailed information.
More information about who uses your site.
Any files people have requested on your site, whether it's a web page, image or anything else you've uploaded.
The number of files sent to each person's browser.
Also known as page impressions. This shows how many webpages visitors looked at. This means an html file with an html or htm extension.
How many separate people have been on your site. If someone leaves your website, then returns later without going offline in between, it could still count as just one visit.
Shows you where visitors come from. This means you can tell whether lots of different visits have come from one person, or a different person each time.
The traffic throughput of your whole website, measured in kilobytes (1024 bytes).
The first page someone lands on when they come to your site.
The last page someone was on before they left your site.
These codes are generated by your web server. They let you know whether each request made on your site worked or not e.g. you'll know if a page isn't working because you'll be able to tell if '404 Error' messages are showing.
The addresses that people are requesting from your website e.g. a folder (/holiday/pictures/) or a specific file (/holiday/pictures/sunset1.jpg).
Where a visit to your website originated from (e.g. by clicking on a search engine result or following a link included on someone else's website).
The browser someone was using when they visited your site.
These examine the patterns of referrer sites, usually search engines.
The country someone was in when they were on your site. It does this by looking at the domain the visitor is using. This can be unreliable, though, because so many domains (like .com) are international.