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VisiLog - Web Site Statistics as at December 2018
This page is updated occasionally rather than regularly 'cos it takes too long to produce
Monthly Page Stats:
The stats run from 16th May 2004 when hrvt.net domain came into existence. However, my site has existed since Monday 17th May 1999 so the stats are not fully comprehensive. Individual Page Stats are no longer available (they're too much effort to produce) but the old statistics can be found here.
28 January 2019: 2018 figures were way up on 2017 and is the highest year overall. No idea why as I haven't posted much new material, but pleased to see that the internet issues of 2016 seem to be well in the past. In October the page count reached 1 million: chances are this figure was reached before that time but stats from May 1999 to April 2004 inclusive aren't available.
1st April 2018: March '18 was a record-breaking month by some distance and I've no idea why.
10th March 2018: Thankfully my latest Site Provider is able to give comprehensive stats which I feel are pretty accurate and they also include unique visitor stats so I've created a new table for these stats below. 2017 saw another decrease on year-on-year page stats but am slightly encouraged to see that the trend is reversing month-on-month as of July 2017. I doubt the site will match 2015's record year this year but may beat the last two years. I've tripple-checked the stats for Jan & Feb 2018 as they are exactly the same and this seems to be true having checked again and again.
18th June 2017: I've moved from my old service provider to another one over the course of 17th/18th June and not yet sure what if any stats my new provider are able to provide. I've therefore updated this page today to show the stats as they appear up until the end of yesterday.
10th June 2017: Further to below the website stats have yet to recover from the issues that plagued it last year. The problems seemed to settle down but made a (brief) return in May so I've made a determined start to move to a different website provider as of this month. Thankfully my website is just a hobby for me, one feels for those who run small businesses via the existing provider. My stats are way down, how bad are those businesses suffering?
Sunday 20th November 2016: This has been a bad year for the website in spite of a record month in February. After that things started to go wrong. Firstly the domain name hrvt.net got trapped between the company I had got it through with the third party company I was using it with. It remains unresolved even now. In essence the website totally disappeared and I could not access it. Very infuriating. So visitor numbers had started to crash by the end of May. I eventually got new domain hrvt.org in place during June but visitor numbers have never recovered to what they were. This was since been followed by what seems a monthly crash of servers by my website host and this too has played havoc.
Written 2013: 2013 saw the first decrease in the number of views since I began this website in 1999. I attribute this to taking down 6 out of the 7 top performing pages (one was more popular than my homepage) and a few others besides during March 2013; the reason I removed them is because I felt they no longer fitted in with the direction I wanted to take the website in. It was bye bye to most of the movie pages I had up, including Wizard of Oz, Melody, 4 pages of general movie stills, as well as a photo portraits page & one or two other lesser pages. More pages may disappear over time but newer ones will also appear.
(New) Monthly Visitor Stats:
The stats run from 18th June 2017 so June is not a complete month. Also, although I've given a yearly total for 2017 this is likely completely inaccurate as it may well be the same people visiting each month, it's impossible to say. What I am slightly encouraged by is that the monthly totals are generally rising.
General Stats as at 31st March 2018
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(Old) Visitor Stats By Month:
Below is a monthly record of the number of visitors to this site from November 2001 to early October 2008 and includes stats from my previous Freeserve webspace as well as hrvt.net. This table will not be updated after October 2008 as I have stopped using Goldstats to compile them.
Miscellaneous facts relating
to the website:
The website changed name from The Tim Harris Homepage to The Tim Harris Website on 3rd April 2008.The Tim Harris Portmeirion Gallery came into existence on 4th May 2008.
The Tim Harris Oxford Gallery came into existence on 17th April 2010.Tim's Doctor Who Pages came into existence on 6th June 2010.
The Authorised Andrew O'Day Profile Pages came into existence 6th June 2010.
Tim's Doctor Who Pages changed name to The O.L.G. Doctor Who Pages on 10th June 2012.
Andrew O'Day and Guests came into existence on 15th February 2015.
During June 2016 I had to move from www.hrvt.net to www.hrvt.org due to technical issues that remain unresolved.
I moved www.hrvt.org from my previous website provider to a new one on 17th June 2017.
The Tim Harris Cala Bona & Cala Millor Gallery came into existence on 25th June 2017. Long overdue.
There have been several logos / banners used since 1999 to head the pages of this website, and a collection of them can be found at the Logo Archive. My general policy on logos is to keep them simple, by use of a spiced-up font.
The standard font originally used on the website, 'Times New Roman', was used from 1999 to 2001. I changed it in 2001 to one (Arial) I felt would be easier on the eyes for those with impaired vision. I also tend to use (a minimum) text size 11 or 12 (in bold) for the same reason. The RNIB offer information and advice on making your website accessible to everyone at their Web Access Centre page.
Sunday 20th November 2016: I have started to relax my policy in recent times, I have been using Calibri font as wellas Arial. Plus I have been using smaller size text from time to time as there are many different devices out there that people use and who can quickly zoom in and out on.
Other websites previously created by me include: