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Re: [webalizer] Visits Higher than Sites

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  • Randall Perry
    Ah-ha. I get it. ... -- Randall Perry sysTame Xserve Web Hosting/Co-location Website Design/Development WebObjects Hosting Mac Consulting/Sales
    Message 1 of 5 , Aug 6 12:13 PM
      Ah-ha. I get it.


      >
      > It is very possible, and quite common to have more sites than visits.
      > Visits are triggered on page type requests, sites are counted regardless
      > of what the request is for. For example, if you host your own images
      > on e-bay, you will have lots of sites making requests for those images
      > which are added to the sites total, but never put a dent in the visits
      > total. Make sense? Of course it does.. those sites are not visiting your
      > web server, they are visiting e-bay.. all they know is that some images
      > pop up while surfing around e-bay, and could care less from where or how
      > those images show up.
      >
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      > On Fri, 6 Aug 2004, Randall Perry wrote:
      >
      >> Uhhh...isn't it vice-versa? Sites (distinct Ips) should not be higher than
      >> Visits (# of times distinct Ips visited). At most they should be equal,
      >> right?
      >>
      >> I'm asking because I have one site with higher Sites than Visits.
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      Randall Perry
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