Originally Posted by dchan
The "geek" in spindrift get's an answer..
3% AOL 9.x
2.57% Netscape 7
2.22% Mozilla 5.x
1.06% Netscape 4.x
.23% AOL 7.x
Total unique visiters this week 5591
and we are averaging about 11000 page requests per day this past week.
Aren't these values notoriously unreliable? The way I understandit, the identifying text string a browser sends to a web server (toindicate what browser it is) can be, and usually is, set to the IEvalue.
Example, FF has a 'User Agent Switcher', that can be set to tell a webserver it is IE, Netscape, or Opera. The IE text string is"Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)". There's an interesting explanation if it here