The "Pages by Least Views" report shows how many times
elements that are considered pages are requested. This report can
be viewed by day, week, month and range. Zoomed views are
available for any range over a day. The extensions for Web page
files are set in the Virtual Server administration.
All Date Ranges
All date ranges show the Pages viewed the Least.
Pages Viewed the Least shows the page, the Total for Period,
the Average for Period and the % of Total. It also shows the
overall Total for Period ("All Elements"). This table
can be trimmed to 10, 25, 50, 100, 250 or 500 entries.
- Page is the relative URL of the element requested.
- Total for Period is the total number of times that page has
- Average for Period is the average number of times the page
element was requested each day. It is calculated by taking the
total number of requests for the element in the time period
and dividing by the total number of days in the period.
- % of Total is the percentage of all page views the page
views to the specific page represents. It is calculated by
dividing the Total for Period for the specific page by the
overall Total for Period.
- Overall Total for Period is the total number of page
requests made in the time period. The value in the Average for
Period column is the average number of page views per item. It
is calculated by dividing the total page views in the period
by the number of items for the period.
Weekly, Monthly and Ranges over a day.
Only reports for a week, month or range of more than a day have
zoomed views. The zoomed view shows the Item History graphically
and in a table.
The Item History graph shows the total views for the page for
each day in the time period.
The Item History table shows the total views for the page for
each day in the time period. It also shows the daily average
number of page views for that page, which is calculated by
dividing the total number of views for the page in the period by
the number of days in the period. The total number of page views
in the time period is also displayed.