There was more movement in the 'Top 40'
table for September than there was for August, but the 'Top 33' pages for August
all remained in the chart for September.
and Small Photos
I recently added some photos taken during
the Scottish Independence Referendum to the web
site. I added small and large copies of these photos to the site and was
interested to see whether it was the small or large copies that people were
viewing. However, the answer seems to have been 'neither'!
- None of the 'Referendum' pages
appeared in the 'Top 500' pages viewed in September. The page at No.500
for September (Recollections of Niddrie in 1930s-40s)
was viewed by 105 people, so the 'Referendum' photos must have been viewed
by fewer than 105.
I looked again, but this time just looking at the 25-26
September, the two days immediately after I added the 'Referendum' photos to the
web site, and discovered that there does not seem to be much demand for the
large photos. During those two days:
- 65 people viewed the small
- fewer than 10 people viewed the
large 'Referendum' photos.
Sessions and Pages Viewed
fewer than August. Why was that?)
pages viewed in
more than in August).
(c) The average
session had 4.4 pages in September
(0.4 more than
(b) Bandwidth for EdinPhoto in September = 111.28GB
(1% more than Aug).
- 96,453 sessions (61.8%
of sessions) lasted for less than a minute
sessions ( 2.1% of sessions) lasted for more than an hour
Peter Stubbs: October 1, 2014