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07-23-2006 01:27 PM
Nathan
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Originally Posted by PressurePros View Post
www.statcounter.com

They have a free utility that you can monitor or upgrade to full logged statistics. Tells you from where people are coming, what page they enter, what page they exit, what browser, if they are returning or are new visitors (based upon cookie), what keywords they used to find you etc.
It's still in beta right now but if you have a google account (such as gmail) you can go to https://www.google.com/analytics

This is by far the best stats program on the net and totally free unless your getting millions of visits a day (non of us)
07-23-2006 01:26 PM
Nathan Is anyone using a wide screen monitor? I have a wide screen on my laptop and will never go back.

I'm looking to buy a desktop machine later this year and will get a 20"+ wide screen for it no doubt!
07-15-2006 12:06 PM
Mike Williamson
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Originally Posted by PressurePros View Post
www.statcounter.com

They have a free utility that you can monitor or upgrade to full logged statistics. Tells you from where people are coming, what page they enter, what page they exit, what browser, if they are returning or are new visitors (based upon cookie), what keywords they used to find you etc.
Wow...I think this is EXACTLY what I'm looking for!! Thanks!!!!
07-15-2006 11:59 AM
Mike Williamson
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Originally Posted by Woodsavers Of Texas View Post
1024x768 looks like i'm looking into a magnifying glass and looks like crap on my video card.. 1280x1024 still looks the best

It really depends on what video card you are running to show how good your resolution will look.

ATI 256 MB DDR Radeon 850XT vid card $500 retail 6 months ago
Your card, your monitor, and your EYES! Anything smaller than 1024x768 and my wife doens't has trouble reading it without her reading glasses.
07-15-2006 11:59 AM
PressurePros
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Originally Posted by Mike Williamson View Post
How do you get those stats? Just info from your hosting company? Who's your host?
www.statcounter.com

They have a free utility that you can monitor or upgrade to full logged statistics. Tells you from where people are coming, what page they enter, what page they exit, what browser, if they are returning or are new visitors (based upon cookie), what keywords they used to find you etc.
07-15-2006 11:54 AM
Mike Williamson
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Originally Posted by PressurePros View Post
Here are the stats from my website as recorded:

61% 1024x768
26.26% 1280x1024
7.07% 1152x864
6.06% 800x600

I average about 350 hits per day so this is a pretty decent cross section. It is June's stat.
How do you get those stats? Just info from your hosting company? Who's your host?
07-14-2006 11:13 PM
Woodsavers Of Texas 1024x768 looks like i'm looking into a magnifying glass and looks like crap on my video card.. 1280x1024 still looks the best

It really depends on what video card you are running to show how good your resolution will look.

ATI 256 MB DDR Radeon 850XT vid card $500 retail 6 months ago
07-14-2006 10:31 PM
PressurePros Here are the stats from my website as recorded:

61% 1024x768
26.26% 1280x1024
7.07% 1152x864
6.06% 800x600

I average about 350 hits per day so this is a pretty decent cross section. It is June's stat.
07-14-2006 08:36 PM
Woodsavers Of Texas
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Originally Posted by Nathan View Post
The standard screen resolution used to be 800x600 and most websites where designed to accommodate this. However more and more websites are dumping this and moving to a 1024x768 format or higher.

What resolution are you running?

I have 1280x1024 on my 21" monitor.

1280x1024-19 LCD here also but i increased the font size from the default which helps.
07-14-2006 04:07 PM
Mike Williamson
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Originally Posted by Nathan View Post
The standard screen resolution used to be 800x600 and most websites where designed to accommodate this. However more and more websites are dumping this and moving to a 1024x768 format or higher.

What resolution are you running?

I have 1280x1024 on my 21" monitor.
I'm running 1024x768 on my 19" flat panel. The websites are setup for 800x600. For my purposes, there's really no need to change it at this point.
07-14-2006 03:43 PM
Thad Mine is 1024x768 on a 19" monitor.
07-14-2006 01:11 PM
Nathan I think that is what most people are on now. The issue is that a lot of new sites are being designed for 1024x768 now.

For example, the new Yahoo! homepage is almost 1000 pixels wide so if your running 800x600 you have to scroll to see everything.
07-14-2006 11:03 AM
russ s oops 1024x768 is what mine is on
07-14-2006 10:58 AM
russ s i just put mine on 1280x1024......im going back to 1152x864
07-14-2006 10:55 AM
Nathan
Your Screen Resolution

The standard screen resolution used to be 800x600 and most websites where designed to accommodate this. However more and more websites are dumping this and moving to a 1024x768 format or higher.

What resolution are you running?

I have 1280x1024 on my 21" monitor.

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