Browse time

You can specify the length of time for the browse time threshold.

Content Security Reporter estimates a user's browse time by calculating the difference between the time stamps of two log lines.

For example, if the log file shows that Jon Lock visits www.example.com at 03:00:00 p.m. and news.example.com at 04:30:00 p.m., the browse time is the 1 hour 30 minutes that occurred between the time he visited www.example.com and news.example.com. However, Jon Lock probably did not spend more than one hour viewing a single webpage. To compensate for this, Content Security Reporter overrides the estimated browse time with a default browse time.

The browse time threshold option specifies the maximum length of time you expect a user to spend viewing a single webpage. The default is three minutes. When a user exceeds the browse time threshold, the default browse time is recorded in the database instead.