Bitrix Site Manager

Autodetect

This page helps to search for new UserAgentís in the system statistics and classify them as a browser or a search engine.

Classifying a UserAgent as a browser means that from now on this UserAgent will be excluded from the search results on this page. All the site visitors entering the site with this UserAgent string will be treated as common visitors: they will have their own profiles, sessions, hits, advertising campaign clicks and events recorded.

Classifying a UserAgent as a search engine results in registering all hits with this UserAgent as the search crawler visit with the sole purpose to only index the site contents. Such hits will be treated as the search engine hits; the only records that will be created are the addresses of the indexed pages.

General recommendations

Filter

Parameter Description
UserAgent* UserAgent of the site visitor
Only for today Specifies whether to display UserAgent's detected today, or all.
Sessions Filters records by the number of sessions (number of visits with the specific UserAgent).

* - These fields allow using Boolean expressions. You can get information on the syntax by clicking on the symbol "?" next to the field. For exact matching searches using this field, mark the corresponding checkbox.

Click Set filter to activate the filter. To display all information, click Cancel.

Table

Checkbox column UserAgentSessions Mask Search engine Browser
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Selected:[7] Checked: [8]
  1. Select here UserAgent's to which an action is to be applied.
  2. The unknown UserAgent.
  3. Number of sessions with this UserAgent.
  4. Mask for the search engine or the browser to be added. The mask allows the following wildcards: % - 0 or more characters; _ (underscore) Ė any one character.
  5. Select to classify the UserAgent as a search engine.
  6. Select to classify the UserAgent as a browser.
  7. Number of found unknown UserAgentís.
  8. Number of UserAgent's marked in [1] to be added.