1. sedjav's Avatar
    I have a blog about browsers and I want to show the top browsers which my visitors use, like what percentage of my visitors use firefox or chrome or IE and etc. anyone know how to do that?
    2008-09-07 12:06 AM
  2. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
    If you use AWStats you can make up a Perl script to parse the AWStats results.
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    2008-09-07 05:15 AM
  3. sedjav's Avatar
    thanks pf, but the setup is too difficult for me
    2008-09-07 03:34 PM
  4. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
    Hmm try one of those rent a coder sites. hireacoder or something. google it, I'm sure someone can set it up for you for under $40.
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    2008-09-07 09:41 PM
  5. sedjav's Avatar
    awstats installed with help from hosting company, now I need to parse the logs, I wonder how
    2008-09-07 11:55 PM
  6. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
    Use rent a coder if you are not familiar with Perl. Perl would be easiest since AWStats is written in it, unless you're more familiar with another language and can use that.
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    2008-09-08 12:26 AM
  7. one1's Avatar
    awstats is king, but webalizer is also an option.
    2008-09-08 10:37 AM
  8. Terrill's Avatar
    i'll just stick with the defaults
    2008-09-14 12:39 AM
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