On 27/03/06, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote:
> I first thought it might have been people cancelling downloads, as
> two of the files are fairly large flash files. However, the third one
> is about a 7KB image - hardly something which people will
> deliberately cancel a download of.
>> Can anyone hazard a guess as to what might be going one here? Is
- People who have images switched off
- Browser image cache
- Console browsers
Don't know if that would make about 25% of the page hits -- are your
visitors the types who would turn off image support in the browser?
What is that image? Does it happen to be on other pages as well so the
browsers might cache it and not download it again?
"Microwave oven? Whaddya mean, it's a microwave oven? I've been
watching Channel 4 on the thing for two weeks."
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