Web-Stat automatically tracks the screen sizes used by visitors to view your site. The report can be seen with the complete screen sizes, or grouped by screen width, regardless of screen height
The reports include, for each screen size:
For your convenience, the time-on-site, visit depth, bounce rate and conversions percentages columns are color-coded to identify deviation from the site's average. Pink cells indicate results worse than average while green cells indicate results better than average. The deeper the color the greater the deviation from average. Some cells are colored yellow, meaning that there is not enough data to make them statistically relevant.
The three metrics above are used to make sure that there is no screen size for which your site is performing poorly. There are no right or wrong values for bounce rate, time on site or visit depth, however, if you notice that this metrics are in the pink (or red) zone for a particular screen size (or screen width) then it may indicate a design issue for your site under these viewing conditions. Try to get your hands on that particular equipment and view your site with it to make sure everything is OK.
There are three reports available:
This listing shows the cumulative number of visits from all the screen sizes used to view your site during the selected period. Previous months data is available from the archive bar above the report
This listing shows the cumulative number of visits from all the screen width used to view your site during the selected period, regardless of the screen height. Previous months data is available from the archive bar above the report
The last column of the Visitors Details report shows an icon that is scaled to represent the screen size of the individual visitors.
Important Notes :
Screen size detection will not work if you are using the simplified version of the Web-Stat code. The standard or advanced version is required.