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Access Logs / Web Stats
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- Why is this missing favicon.ico file showing up in my error log?
A favicon, which stands for favorite icon, is a small icon that is displayed in the address bar, next to the URL, and is also used by most browsers when people bookmark your site (or add your site to their favorites). The Apache web server handling your site looks by default for this favicon i ...
- Overview of Raw Logs and Access Log Software
LexiConn offers several different methods with which you can analyze the traffic coming to your web site. We offer raw text logs which are generated by the web server itself. We also provide web software which breaks down the raw text logs into a format that is easy to interpret. The programs w ...
- Web Page Counter
Adding a counter to your pages is quite easy. All that is needed is to add an <img src="http://www.your_domain.com/cgi-your_domain/Count.cgi?df=name_of_file"> tag in your page that calls the counter script. As an example, this page has been accessed times so far. The Count.cgi script is ...
- Explanation of Web Statistics Terminology
As you read through the documentation about the access logs and web stats, you will see certain terms that you may be unfamiliar with. Below is an explanation of those terms. HITS: A hit is any response from the server on behalf of a request sent from a browser. Any component that makes up a ...
- Overview of Analog
Analog is a www log file analysis program. The unique thing about analog is you decide which reports to generate, what time frame they cover, how many hits, and the look of the report. To use it, go to: http://www.your_domain.com/logs/analogform.html (simply replacing your_domain.com with your ...
- Overview of wwwstat
wwwstat is a web site statistics program that is run each night for all accounts. It creates a complete html page that logs and displays the total amount of data transferred as well as the types of access and what pages were accessed. This data is saved in a directory called "logs" off of your ...
LexiConn provides the raw log files for each account, as well as many options for tracking hits, accesses, referrers, and more. A symbolic link to your raw log file is located in your home directory named access-log. This file can be quite large, so we do not recommend trying to view it. Howeve ...
Error logs provide analysis of errors that occurred for people who are trying to access your web site and shows up as a file called error-log in your home directory. For example, if someone received a file not found error while at your web site, information about the missing file and what time ...
- 404 error missing page details
By default, all accounts are setup to display the contents of the file missing.html in your main "www" directory when a visitor tries to go to a page that cannot be found (known as a 404 missing error). You may customize this file to display your own custom missing page. Note that Internet Expl ...
- Why aren't referrer logs available with my account?
If referrer logs are not available for your account, this can mean one of two things: 1. It could mean that you have an Intro account which does not include referrer logs. 2. It could also mean that you have a Basic account or higher but have not requested to have referrer logs available. ...