404 Error -
File not found error. It appears if a user requested a file, which
doesn't exist in the site.
Authenticated User - A user which provided authentication information in
the request to the site. This information is usually provided if a
site requires authentication so it's visitors have to specify user
name and password.
Amount of traffic transmitted from the site.
Bounce occurs when a user views only one page on the
Bounce Rate -
Percentage of visitors who viewed only one page on the
Cached Request - A request that was cached on a client. If a browser
has a cached copy of the requested file, it sends special request
to a server so it sends the file only if it hasn't been modified.
Otherwise the browser uses the cached copy of the file, and the
request is logged on the server as the cached one.
Conversion occurs when a goal file is requested. Note: conversions
are counted once per visitor.
Conversion Rate - Percentage of visitors who requested a goal
Entry Page -
First page visited by a user on the site.
Exit Page -
Last page visited by a user on the site.
Failed Request - A request which caused an error.
Goal - A file
that is to be reached (requested) by visitors on the site. It may
be a sign-up page, download file, etc.
Hit - A
request for any file (page, image, etc).
Host - A
computer connected to Internet. User hosts are shown in the reports
as IP addresses or domain names.
Incomplete Request - A request in response to which the server sent only
a part of a file. Many download managers download files using
several threads each of which downloads a part of the file, so it
is logged as several incomplete requests. Incomplete requests may
also occur if the files (pages, images) are too large and/or users
have problems with getting them from the site.
Page View - A
request for a page file. Hits from spiders aren't counted as page
views unless the Count spiders as visitors option is enabled.
Spider (Robot) - A program which automatically gets information from
sites. Spiders gather information for search engines, extract
emails, check links, etc.
Total Unique IPs - A number of different user IP addresses or domain
User Agent - A
user agent string identifies browser, operating system, spider or
any other application that accesses the site.
Visitor - The
program determines number of visitors by the IP addresses. If a
request from an IP address came after some time (timeout) since the
last request from this IP, it is considered to belong to a
different visitor. The timeout is set to 30 minutes by default but
you can change this value in .
Requests from spiders aren't used to determine visitors unless
the Count spiders as visitors option is enabled.