Site Analysis Report (Sample)
 
Submission Information
    
Report ID:2 Printer
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Submitted:Jan 31, 2002 03:14 GMT
URL:http://www.ibm.com
Depth:3
Bandwidth:256 Kbit
Max Transfer:    10 Megabytes
User Agent:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)
 
Report Contents
 Report Summary
 Mime Type Summary
 Cache Analysis
 Page Content Analysis
 User Response Analysis
 Broken Links
 Missing Images & Inline Content
 Itemized List of Requests
 Itemized Page Analysis
 Appendix A: Terms & Definitions
 
Report Summary
Analysis started:Jan 31, 2002 03:14 GMT
Analysis completed:Jan 31, 2002 03:17 GMT
Duration of crawl:2 minutes 21 seconds
Data Transferred: 4673671 bytes.
Files downloaded:349
Files failed to download:    3
 
Mime Type Summary
     Mime Type  # Files  Data Xfer  Avg size
text/html180380832921157
text/css149864986
application/x-javascript18629363496
image/gif1456645304582
image/jpeg613289022148
 
Cache Analysis
 Cache Analysis determines what percentage of a page's data is retrieved from the browser's local cache instead of requiring a request from the remote server. Readers are cautioned when analyzing these numbers to pay careful attention to what they can mean: Too little caching, and you may have inline content such as images arranged in a fashion to prevent caching. Too much caching, and you may have too many images being used that can slow down the delivery time of your pages for users that first visit your web pages.
 
Page Content Analysis
 Page Content Analysis provides a view of the distribution of page sizes, and what makes up the content of those pages.
 
User Response Time Analysis
Based on the size of various web pages, and the amount of caching that a browser would do as a user visits your site, the following section illustrates how long a user would have to wait for different pages to be loaded, given different user connectino speeds.
 
 
Page Load Time
 User Bandwidth Configurations
   33.6 Kb  56 Kb  128 Kb  512 Kb  1 Mb
Largest page (252656 bytes)  74.8  51.4  19.3  4.8  2.4
Largest page less cache (245245 bytes)  72.6  49.9  18.7  4.7  2.3
Home Page (66449 bytes)  19.7  13.5  5.1  1.3  0.6
Average page (37401 bytes)  11.1  7.6  2.9  0.7  0.4
Average page less cache (29816 bytes)  8.8  6.1  2.3  0.6  0.3
Smallest page (0 bytes)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Smallest page less cache (0 bytes)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
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Load times exceeding 8 seconds have a high likelihood of being aborted by the user, causing them to leave your site.
Load times exceeding 4 seconds may in the long run cause you to lose traffic, as visitors find more responsive sites elsewhere.
Load times of less than 4 seconds are good.
 "Less Cache" means that only that component of the page that would be loaded remotely by the browser is taken into account, based on the browser's own caching mechanisms.
 
Broken Links
 We found a broken link on the following pages:
http://www.ibm.com/solutions/industries/
 
Broken Link: http://www.ibm.com//www.financing.ibm.com/
Error Code: 404 Not Found
 
 We found a broken link on the following pages:
http://www.ibm.com/solutions/industries/
 
Broken Link: http://www.ibm.com//www2.clearlake.ibm.com/wireles
s/
Error Code: 404 Not Found
 
 
Missing Images & Inline Content
We found missing content on the following pages:
http://www.ibm.com/products/az/
 
Missing Content: http://www.ibm.com//ibm.com/servers/i/slogoFFFFFF.gif
Error Code: 404 Not Found
 
 
Itemized List of Requests
The complete list of pages retrieved is available in the report supplement.
 
Itemized Page Analysis
The complete list of pages retrieved is available in the report supplement.
 
Appendix A: Terms & Definitions
  • Inline Content
    Inline content is content that most browsers will retrieve in order to fully display a web page. Images are the most common form of inline content, but other forms include HTML pages (frames, iframes), css files (stylesheets), Shockwave/Flash files, JavaScript libraries, and more.

    Occasionally, a component may be reported both as inline content and as a separate link. This happens most often when Framed content is missing, and referred to both in a framed window as well as a separate link.




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