Site reports in Microsoft Expression Web enable you to gather, analyze, and summarize website statistics in a variety of ways. In the reports, you can filter the data and display only the information that is relevant to you.
The Site Summary report provides you with a quick overview of the statistics available about your website. The Site Summary report provides a lot of useful numbers, such as the number and size of all the files in your site. This allows you to quickly see how much space your website is taking on the server. In the Site Summary report, you can click on the links under the Name column to go to other reports.
All other site reports are divided into three categories: Files, Shared Content and Problems.
- All Files
Every file in your website, which is useful when you're looking for a file but can't remember which folder you saved it in.
- Recently Added Files
Files that were added to your website in the past 30 days. You can change the number of days that defines "recent". For more information, see Change site reports settings.
- Recently Changed Files
Files that were changed within the past 30 days. You can change the number of days that defines "recent". For more information, see Change site reports settings.
- Older Files
Files that haven't been changed in the past 72 days. You can change the number of days that defines "older". For more information, see Change site reports settings.
- Dynamic Web Templates
Pages attached to a Dynamic Web Template, as well as the Dynamic Web Templates.
- Master Pages
Pages using ASP.NET master pages.
- Style Sheet Links
Pages that import or reference external style sheets. For more style sheet reports, see Cascading style sheet reports.
- Unlinked Files
Files that have no hyperlinks to them from any of your pages.
- Slow Pages
Pages that take longer than 30 seconds to download at a connection speed of 28.8 Kbps. You can change the number of seconds and connection speed that defines "slow". For more information, see Change site reports settings.
- Broken Hyperlinks
Pages that contain broken hyperlinks to either internal website pages or links to other websites.