Most Requested Pages Help
This section identifies the most popular web site pages and how often they were accessed. The average time a visitor spends viewing a page is also indicated in the table.

Most Requested Pages
Pages
Views
% of Total Views
Visitor Sessions
Avg. Time Viewed
1
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/
3 60% 3
  
2
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/ robots.txt
1 20% 1
 00:00:01 
3
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/ email.htm
1 20% 1
  
Subtotal For the Page Views Above 5 100% N/A
N/A
Total For the Log File 5 100% N/A
N/A

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 This section identifies the most popular pages on the site. The number of views includes only the successful hits for the page itself. It does not include any hits for graphics, audio or video files. The percentage of total views is the percentage of hits for that page compared to all other page types.
Tip: The types of files included in this table can be configured using the File Types tab in the Options dialog box.
Tip: You can list all pages on the site by selecting a number of elements higher than the number of pages on the site.


 Most likely these pages are requested the most because of their content and design. Based on the theory that the most requested pages have effectively attracted visitors, you can use similar elements and approaches to improve the less popular pages. Consider the average view times to determine which content holds visitor's attention.

 Top Entry Pages Help
This section identifies the first page viewed when a visitor visits this site. This is most likely your home page but, in some cases, it may also be specific URLs that visitors enter to access a particular page directly. The percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions that started with a valid Document Type. If the session started on a document with a different type (such as a graphic or sound file), the file is not counted as an Entry Page, and the session is not counted in the total.

Top Entry Pages
 
File
% of Total
Visitor Sessions
1
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/
75% 3
2
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/ robots.txt
25% 1
Total For the Pages Above 100% 4

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 This section identifies the pages visitors first saw when they entered this site. This is most likely your home page but, in some cases, it may also be specific URLs that visitors enter to access a particular page directly. For example, if a visitor enters http://www.Website World.com/WT-QA.HTM, he/she entered at the WT-QA.HTM page.
Percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions that started with a valid Document Type. If a session started on a document with a different type (such as a graphic or sound file), the file would not be counted as an Entry Page, and the session is not included in the total. Such sessions are often the product of other sites referencing a specific downloadable file or graphic for example on your site. In such cases, a session may have a single hit to a non-document type file, and will not be counted for the percentage calculations.
Also, web servers do not always log hits in perfect chronological order. For example, a hit to a GIF file can appear in the log before the hit to the HTML page that refers to this GIF.
Tip: Consider using the Entry Page filter to include or exclude entire visitor sessions based upon the first page a visitor viewed.

 This statistic can indicate how you might want to optimize the architecture of your site based on where visitors are entering. You can also determine which external links to your site are most effective. Consider updating meta-tags and links.

 Top Entry Requests Help
This section identifies the first hit from a visitor visiting this site. This is most likely the home page but, in some cases, it may also be specific URLs that visitors enter to access a particular file directly. The percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions.

Top Entry Requests
 
File
% of Total
Visitor Sessions
1
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/
75% 3
2
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/ robots.txt
25% 1
Total For the Requests Above 100% 4

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 This section identifies the first hit from visitors coming to this site. This is most likely the home page but, in some cases, it may also be specific URLs entered to access a particular file directly. For example, if a visitors enters http://www.Website World.com/WT-QA.HTM, he/she enters at the WT-QA.HTM page. The percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions.
Tip: Consider using the Entry Page filter to include or exclude entire visitor sessions based upon the first page a visitor viewed.

 Consider what is catching the attention of visitors most quickly and effectively.

 Least Requested Entry Requests Help
This section identifies the first hit from a visitor visiting this site. This is most likely the home page but, in some cases, it may also be specific URLs that visitors enter to access a particular file directly. The percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions.

Least Requested Entry Requests
 
File
% of Total
Visitor Sessions
1
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/ robots.txt
25% 1
2
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/
75% 3
Total For the Requests Above 100% 4

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 This section identifies the first hit from visitors coming to this site. This is most likely the home page but, in some cases, it may also be specific URLs entered to access a particular file directly. For example, if a visitors enters http://www.Website World.com/WT-QA.HTM, he/she enters at the WT-QA.HTM page. The percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions.
Tip: Consider using the Entry Page filter to include or exclude entire visitor sessions based upon the first page a visitor viewed.

 Consider what isn't catching the attention of visitors very quickly or effectively.

 Top Exit Pages Help
This section identifies the pages visitors were on when they left the site. The percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions that started with a valid Document Type. If the session started on a document with a different type (such as a graphic or sound file), the file is not counted as an Exit Page, and the session is not counted in the total.

Top Exit Pages
 
Pages
% of Total
Visitor Sessions
1
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/
75% 3
2
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/ email.htm
25% 1
Total For the Pages Above (only sessions starting on a valid document type are included) 100% 4

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 This section identifies the pages visitors were on when they left the site. These percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions that started with a valid Document Type. If the session started on a document with a different type (such as a graphic or sound file), the file is not counted as an Exit Page, and the session is not counted in the total. Such sessions are often the product of other sites referencing a specific downloadable file or graphic for example on the site. In such cases, a session may have a single hit to a non-document type file, and will not be counted for the percentage calculations.

 Use this statistic to determine your visitors' satisfaction with their visits. Visitors may have left this page once they found what they were looking for, or they have lost interest or determined the content didn't apply, or for many other reasons. For example, if your top exit page is your home page, this may be an indication that you need a better approach.

 Single Access Pages Help
This section identifies the pages on the site that visitors access and exit without viewing any other page. The percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions that started with a valid Document Type. If the session started on a document with a different type (such as a graphic or sound file), the file is not counted as a Single Access Page, and the session is not counted in the total

Single Access Pages
 
Pages
% of Total
Visitor Sessions
1
Document Moved
http://depression.vita13.com/
100% 3
Total For the Pages Above 100% 3

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 This section identifies the pages on the site that visitors access and exit without viewing any other page. This demonstrates where visitors enter and leave immediately. These percentages refer to the total number of visitor sessions that started with a valid Document Type. If the session started on a document with a different type (such as a graphic or sound file), the file is not counted as a Single Access Page, and the session is not included in the total.

 This information can be helpful when considering the design of the site with respect to the type of visitors. Consider how well these pages convey your message. Do they need improvement to extend visitor sessions, or is it possible that are you attracting the wrong visitors with references to your site?

 Most Accessed Directories Help
This section analyzes accesses to the directories of the site. This information can be useful in determining the types of data most often requested.

Most Accessed Directories
 
Path to Directory
Hits
% of Total Hits
Non Cached %
Non Cached K Xferred
Visitor Sessions
1
http://depression.vita13.com/ 5 100% 100% 0 4

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 This section analyzes accesses to your site's directories. The table lists the most accessed directories in decreasing order of the number of hits. Non-Cached % represents the percentage of hits that were not already in the visitor's browser cache. Use this information to determine the types of data most often requested.
Tip: To focus your report, consider using the Directory filter to include or exclude directories and sub-directories.

 These trends indicate the content visitors are most interested in. Use this information to determine content areas to develop, which to focus on less, and how to arrange your content for optimal effect.

 Top Paths Through Site Help
This section identifies the paths visitors most often follow when visiting the site. The path begins at the starting page and shows the following consecutive pages viewed.

Top Paths Through Site by Starting Page
Starting Page
Paths from Start
% of Total
Visitor Sessions
All Entry Pages
  1. Document Moved
    http://depression.vita13.com/
75% 3
  1. Document Moved
    http://depression.vita13.com/ robots.txt
  2. Document Moved
    http://depression.vita13.com/ email.htm
25% 1

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 This section shows you the most frequently traveled paths your visitors take when accessing the specified web pages.

 Use this information to evaluate the design of your web site. Where do people go from theses pages? What pages are visited first? Do your visitors appear to be looking for pages that should be more accessible?

 Most Downloaded File Types Help
This section identifies the accessed file types and the total kilobytes downloaded for each file type. Cached requests and erred hits are excluded from the totals.

Most Downloaded File Types
 
File type
Files
K Bytes Transferred
1
htm 4 0
2
txt 1 0
Total Files & K Bytes Transferred 5 0

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 This section identifies the accessed file types and the total kilobytes downloaded for each file type. Cached requests and erred hits are excluded from the totals. The types of files downloaded are listed in decreasing order of the number of file downloads, and the number of kilobytes transferred is given for each file type.
Tip: You can use the File Types tab in the Options dialog box to specify the types of files included in this table. Tip: To focus your report, consider using the File filter to include or exclude files or file types.

 This provides a general statistic for the type of data visitors are interested in downloading from your site. Use this to consider which download types require improvements for better conveying your message.

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