Re: TECH: French Web Translation Help
|From:||Mark J. Reed <markjreed@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, July 22, 2006, 16:58|
In English, there are some standard distinctions drawn between "hits",
"page views", and "(unique) visitors". Perhaps the "visit" is
related to the latter term?
A page view is an access of a single web page. A single page view may
comprise many "hits" - if the page has images, or references an
anything else that's not stored within the body of the HTML itself,
each reference to each of those things is a "hit" (though not all
necessarily to the same web server).
A "(unique) visitor" is a single person browsing your site. If they
hit "refresh"/"reload" 500 times on your page, that's 500 page views,
and maybe 10,000 hits, but still only one visit(or).