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|Domain Name|| || (Unknown) |
|IP Address|| ||170.200.144.# (FCB Communications)|
|ISP|| ||FCB Communications|
|Operating System|| ||Macintosh MacOSX|
|Browser|| ||Safari 1.3|
Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_10_5) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/47.0.2526.111 Safari/537.36
|Time of Visit|| ||Feb 9 2016 3:07:42 pm|
|Last Page View|| ||Feb 9 2016 3:07:42 pm|
|Visit Length|| ||0 seconds|
|Page Views|| ||1|
|Visit Entry Page|| || |
|Visit Exit Page|| || |
|Out Click|| || |
|Time Zone|| ||unknown|
|Visitor's Time|| ||Unknown|
|Visit Number|| ||5,698|
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This report reveals detailed information about a single visit to the site.
Domain Name - This is the name of the computer the visitor is using to access the Internet. The '?' next to the domain name will look up the domain name in the WhoIs database.
IP Address - This is the address of the computer used by the visitor to access the Internet. Next to the IP address is the internet numbers registry that is assigned the IP address. The '?' next to the IP
address (for upgraded accounts) will look up the IP address in an internet numbers database. If it is known, the organization that has been assigned to manage the IP address is displayed. In many cases this will be the same as the visitor's ISP but not always.
ISP - This is the name of the internet service provider used by the visitor.
Location - This shows the continent, country, state/region, city and latitude/longitude of the visitor if they are available.
If you've identified the Lat/long location of your site in the manager section of your account,
the distance from your site to this visitor will be shown.
Clicking on the country name will display a map of the country.
Clicking on the country flag will display a bigger version of the flag.
Clicking on (Facts) will display a country facts report for the country.
Clicking on (Map) will plot the latitude/longitude location of the visitor on a world map.
Language - Web pages are sometimes offered in different languages. This lists the preferred language of the visitor followed by the preferred country version of the language. On the line below it is the actual language code.
Operating System - The operating system used by the visitor to your site.
Browser - The browser used by the visitor to your site. Below the browser's name is the browser "User Agent" string which can reveal more information about the browser used.
Monitor Resolution - The resolution of the visitor's monitor in pixels. This shows you how much space the visitor has on their computer's display.
Monitor Color Depth - The number of bits used to represent the color of a single pixel on their monitor. A higher color depth gives a broader range of distinct colors.
Time of Visit - The time of the first page viewed (in your time).
Last Page View - The time of the last page viewed (in your time).
Visit Length - This is how long the visit lasted.
Page Views - The number of pages viewed by the visitor during this single visit.
Referring URL - The address of the web page where they clicked on a link that took them to your site.
Search Engine - The web site where the visitor entered some search words that displays a link to your site.
Search Words - The words the visitor entered for their search.
Visit Entry Page - This is the first page viewed during the visit.
Visit Exit Page - This is the last page viewed during the visit.
Out Click - This is the link and the text the visitor clicked on to leave your site.
Time Zone - The approximate time zone of the visitor. UTC=Universal Time Coordinated
Visitor's Time - Time of the visit in the visitor's local time
Visit Number - If you want to know the details of the 10,000th visitor to your site, you would look for the visit that has a “Visit Number” of 10,000.
you will see "unknown" for those items.