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    statistics needed

    Hi all,

    not sure where to put this one, so i'll just stick it in here!

    I am looking for some "General" statistics, that apply to things such as



    • how many people use what resolution
    • how many people use IE
    • how many use FF
    • how many use opera etc etc etc.
    • how many have javascript enabled
    Ya know those kinds of statictics! not spcific to any website, but the the general WWW

    Any idea?

    Thanks in advacnce

    -Ox
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Ox
    Hi all,

    not sure where to put this one, so i'll just stick it in here!

    I am looking for some "General" statistics, that apply to things such as



    • how many people use what resolution
    • how many people use IE
    • how many use FF
    • how many use opera etc etc etc.
    • how many have javascript enabled
    Ya know those kinds of statictics! not spcific to any website, but the the general WWW

    Any idea?

    Thanks in advacnce

    -Ox

    Many of these statistics can be found at netcraft.net
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    Look at your server access logs. This sort of statistics is only relevant on a per-site basis, and the numbers will vary a lot from one site to the next.

    For instance, on our office site we have 80% IE/Win, 1.5% Mac, 0.1% Linux; while my blog sees 60% FF/Mozilla, 8% IE; 50% Windows, 15% Mac, 8% Linux.
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