Re: [NH] Web Pages in Netscape
The Mozilla part in your logs is the browser engine. If you have that type
of information, you can get a clip to process the log file and calculate
still need to forward it to the server via a cgi script.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray Shapp" <rayshapp@...>
Sent: Monday, March 10, 2003 3:11 AM
Subject: Re: [NH] Web Pages in Netscape
> Hi Jay, David, Lotta, Karen.
> My webhost (HostCentric) does load tons of log info right onto our site,
> it is all readily available. A short excerpt is included below. For
> older accounts (like ours) they provide Urchin to view our logs, but I
> see any indication of the browser types being used.
> Karen, I may try that cgi script you suggested, but first, I'd like to
> experiment with writing my own Java script. I just learned how to collect
> browser types using JS. At this point it may be academic, because I get
> few complaints from NN users when I write for MSIE and check with Tidy.
> The comments from this group have helped to settle these questions for me.
> Thank you.
> Ray Shapp
> *************sample log info below this line************
> <HEAD><META http-equiv="Expires" content="now">
> parent.cdelimiter = "|"
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