The Visitors tab in the CMS statistics area shows you the list of visitors to your site by their IP address. These IP addresses may be masked by their internet service provider or search engine. You may or may not be able to block users with these IP addresses.
Here is an explanation of the columns for each visitor in the Top 100 section:
- Pages: Collective number of pages viewed by that visitor for that visit.
% (Percentage): Overall percentage of page views from that IP address.
- Hits: This is the number of files that has been accessed by that visitor during that visit. This is not the page count. For example, if a visitor goes to your main page, all images, as well as the files that make up the page itself would generate 1 hit each. This is why the number is so much higher than your Pages stat.
% (Percentage): Overall percentage of hits from that IP address.
- Bandwidth: This is how much bandwidth is used by that visitor during that visit.
% (Percentage): Overall percentage of bandwidth used by that IP address.
- Average Size: This is the average size file based on bandwidth. Someone who is accessing primarily photos will show a higher average size than someone who is only browsing text pages.
The Networks section shows the same information as above, though it is shown by network. If many of your visitor's IP Addresses are masked by the network, this table's information may look the same as the Top 100 section.
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