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Animorph
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Message # 1 | 5:39 PM
How to use site statistics

when you open the site statistic management you will find these 2 points

  • View statistics
  • Module settings

    - View statistics:
    Will make you able to view detailed reports about the traffic of your site.

    - Module setting:
    Will give you access to manage your site statistic counter and change the lookout and details



    statistic counter and page

    - Views - the number of switches on your website.

    - Hosts - number of unique IP-addresses. while visitors to the common local area networks with a single value address is considered as one host.

    - Visitors - identification is done via cookies, which means that if your browser does not accept cookies, then the visitors you will not be taken into account, as if it reset the cookies, then the counting will be conducted twice

    - Transitions from the sites - links from the pages of sites

    - Views per visitor - is the number of page views divided by the number of visitors.

    - Sessions - session lasts an average of 30 minutes or until it is finished click Exit.

    - Reboot - re-load a single page by the same user within 1 second.

    - Views without javascript - count hits on the site with javascript disabled in your browser.

    - Browsers - defining the user's browser

    - Operating System - an operating system user

    - Transitions from other sites - counting transitions from other sites.

    - Views without cookies - count hits on the site with cookies disabled in your browser.

    - Jumps from favorites - counting transitions favorites.

    - A search engine - Web Search

    - To search words - passages on search words

    - Country - a country (defined by the host)

    - Country (view) - see the website at a particular value or a host during one session

    - Views robots - browse the site by search engines.



    Counter code:

    The counter : this will show your counter box

    Code
    $COUNTER$

    visitor counter; this counts the number of visitors that are viewing the website

    Code
    $ONLINE_COUNTER$

    Online Users list: this will display the names of users that are online on your website

    Code
    $ONLINE_USERS_LIST$



    Module settings

    in the module settings you can do the following stuff that i will list

    Count statistics for the domains you want:
    in here you can add the domains to the list that you want the site statistic to count , add and delete in an easy and quick way

    Access to the statistics:
    will obviously allow you to gain access to choose if you want the counter to be public, for owners only and for guests with a password..

    Public: it means that the users can access your statistic page by clicking your counter
    owners only:the owners of the website will only be visible to see the statistic page
    guests with a password: will obviously only allow guest to access the statistic page with a password

    Hide counter: Can be enabled after payment only.
    Keep full statistics: Can be enabled if there is an active payment

    Counter appearance:
    where you can change the lookout, colour, etc of your "site statistics"

    all available sizes will be listed there , all the available sizes:

  • 88x10
  • 88x31
  • 31x31
  • General questions

    Question: Can i use the uCoz counter on one of my custom HTML pages ?

    Answer: no uCoz counters doe snot work on a HTML page.
    Question: How do i "reset" the counter ?

    Answer: that is not possible you need to de-install the module and install it again to let it count back from zero.

    Question: is there anyway that i can edit the text under the counter ?

    Answer: yes there is a guide about this

    Question: how can i see the number of registered people on the homepage?

    Answer: you can achieve this with using informers
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    anaiskeuh
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    Message # 2 | 11:21 PM
    what is the difference between a visitor and host ?
    Animorph
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    Message # 3 | 11:23 PM
    anaiskeuh, you know that i already explained you that
    anaiskeuh
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    Message # 4 | 11:24 PM
    ruben im just not sure about this , its confusening me
    Natashko
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    Message # 5 | 3:41 PM
    anaiskeuh, host is a unique visit of the website (the first time you visit it in 24 hours). All the other times are called "visits" (not unique or original)
    Pru
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    Message # 6 | 5:33 PM
    Please could someone explain what the figures in brackets are. For example on my statistics report for today it shows:
    Hosts 26 (+16)
    So what does the +16 represent?

    Sometimes its a negative number, which is even more confusing as sometimes its bigger than the figure not in brackets e.g.
    Views 120 (-130)

    If someone could explain it to me I'd be very grateful. Thanks.

    Animorph
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    Message # 7 | 5:40 PM
    Quote (Pru)
    So what does the +16 represent?

    Quote (Pru)
    Views 120 (-130)

    that is the difference with yesterday stats at the same time


    batman1254
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    Message # 8 | 10:06 AM
    i want to be a moderator?how i will be Mod?
    CodeResolution
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    Message # 9 | 11:51 AM
    batman1254, read this - http://forum.ucoz.com/forum/30-8372-1. Stop spamming irrelevant posts.
    Kind regards,
    Elliott.

    "The best uCoz" critic since 2007.
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    Natashko
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    Message # 10 | 12:56 PM
    batman1254, how is this related to the thread? If you want to become a Mod of this forum - you need to learn and improve a lot. First of all, follow forum rules.
    MysticDragon, it is not broken. There is a dot at the end, that's it. Remove it and follow the link
    fieshah
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    Message # 11 | 3:54 AM
    ahakzzz..

    is it possible to make such as "Total visitors visited of the day:" instead of using $counter$?
    because $counter$ only showed total visitors visited since our registration of the website, right?
    if it is possible, what is the code for that?

    and one more question..what is the code for "Total registered user"?
    that is mean, i want to show the total of visitors who have registered at my site in public..
    for example,
    "There are 5 registered user have registered in my site"

    Animorph
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    Message # 12 | 10:15 AM
    Quote (fieshah)
    s it possible to make such as "Total visitors visited of the day:" instead of using $counter$?

    yes and no you can use informers to see the total of registered users that visited your website

    Quote (fieshah)
    because $counter$ only showed total visitors visited since our registration of the website, right?

    wrong the counter shows you - Hosts - number of unique IP-addresses. while visitors to the common local area networks with a single value address is considered as one host. this means that a host is 1 visitor , if you have 100 host then you have 100 visitors

    Quote (fieshah)
    and one more question..what is the code for "Total registered user"?
    that is mean, i want to show the total of visitors who have registered at my site in public..
    for example,
    "There are 5 registered user have registered in my site"

    this sample of informers might help with that
    http://forum.ucoz.com/forum/37-2515-1#11705


    fieshah
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    Message # 13 | 12:42 PM
    dear Animorph,

    I am sorry, but what i mean for the "total visitors visited of the day:" is the total number, not the name/nick of the user as like "Users who have visited the site for the current day" in informers

    and the second one about "total registered user" also what i need is the total number of registered user, not the name/nick of the registered user..

    ok for example like this showed in my site:

    Quote
    There are 5 visitors (including guest) visited the site today
    They are: $username$

    There are 5 registered user registered in my site:
    They are: $USERNAME$ on $REG_TIME$ $REG_DATE$

    what i am trying to say here is the code for the number of 5 (for example)..i know the code of $username$ showed the name/nick of the user..but what i mean is the code for the total number..maybe such as $total_registered_user$ or $total_visited_today$ something like that..

    izit possible?

    Post edited by fieshah - Sunday, 2011-02-20, 12:45 PM
    Animorph
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    Message # 14 | 12:57 PM
    Quote (fieshah)
    "total registered user"

    CP ---> Informers ---> Create ---> Counters for users ---> by days

    the $ALL_USERS$ code displays the amount of registered users in your site

    Quote (fieshah)
    "total visitors visited of the day:"

    i'm not sure if you can do this with numbers but i will check this as soon as possible

    now continue here:
    http://forum.ucoz.com/forum/37-457-1


    fieshah
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    Message # 15 | 1:20 PM
    Quote (Animorph)
    CP ---> Informers ---> Create ---> Counters for users ---> by days the $ALL_USERS$ code displays the amount of registered uses in your site

    Animorph,
    I tried to use that, but its showed 0..but my registered user who had registered in my site supposedly be 3 users

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