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The Pageviews, Top locations, and Top pages charts include only responses with
Content-Type: text/html and a status code of
304. We filter the data by status code this way so that we don’t count errors or double count redirects. This also applies to the Pageviews total for your site.
By default, the Unique visitors chart counts different IP addresses engaging with your site within a single day. If someone loads pages of your site on multiple different days, they will be counted as a unique visitor for each day. If you select the 24 hours filter, then the chart will plot different IP addresses engaging with your site within a single hour. If someone loads pages of your site during multiple different hours, they will be counted as a unique visitor for each hour. The Total unique visitors for your site will typically be less than the sum of daily or hourly values because the total counts IP addresses that are unique across the whole charted time period.
The Top locations chart tracks the total number of pageviews served for your site in each location. The table provides a summary of the locations that have had the most pageviews, while the map highlights all locations that have had at least one pageview.
The Top resources not found chart includes all types of content. You can use it to discover not just pages but also requests for images, text files, and other non-HTML assets that have returned the most
404 errors for your site.
Bandwidth used tracks all visitor traffic including
304 responses and
404 errors. This does not include Netlify activity such as building and deploying your site.
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