thank you in advance for your help.
Regarding my site http://4starBrazil.com
I often get reports on my stats of Files Not Found /classes/NONE
Any idea what it could be?
I also get Not Found: /classes/uShopInput7BeanInfo.class
I appreciate your help. I've included my Not Found stats below.
26 22 5316 | /robots.txt
24 0 5364 | /priceatour/classes/NONE
2 0 434 | /favicon.ico
1 0 249 | /priceatour/classes/uShopCart2BeanInfo.class
1 0 252 | /priceatour/classes/uShopCartBaseBeanInfo.class
1 0 232 | /website photos/favicon.ico
1 0 210 | /maps/TSWmap.html
1 0 224 | /test404response1951230444.html
1 1 222 | /hotels/solvitoriamarina.html
1 0 217 | /cgi-bin/transparent.gif
1 0 250 | /priceatour/classes/uShopInput7BeanInfo.class
Yes, we occasionally get similar messages on our site statistics too.... and have a couple hypotheses as to the cause:
Hypothesis 1: The messages may just be generated by occasional loading (or abort) errors when loading the class files and/or by browsers that don't support Java at all.
Hypothesis 2: Any messages concerning a "BeanInfo.class" may be from a browser running one of the newer versions of Java. That is, Java "Beans" are only available in Java 1.2 or later. uShop uses Java 1.0 in order to maximize browser compatibility (older browsers only support Java 1.0). uShop does not use any beans. So the message may just be from a newer browsers checking for the existance of a Java "Bean".
Just a little added info if you don't already know it.
The favicon.ico is a graphic that you can place in your directories to make a cute little icon that shows up if somebody bookmarks your page.
The robots.txt file is a file used by search engine spiders. It lets you tell the spiders what directories to search or not to search. It is kind of complicated but you can find instructions on using it on the web or from your ISP.
Good info on that "favicon.ico" statistic. I always wondered what that was from.
Thank you gentlemen! I tried the Yahoo thing with IE 5.0 for mac...guess it doesn't work with Apple, but maybe I can incorporate it into my website!
Is there any way to know how may people bookmark the site from Netscape?
Hmmm... I'm not quite sure how you can tell how many people bookmark your page. There might be some CGI scripts/utilities that can keep a count for you. And I think there are some web-site log analyzers/statistics software packages that tell you how many people visiting your site came from bookmarks... but I'm not sure how it's done.