__/ [Tim Stokes] on Wednesday 30 November 2005 12:49 \__
> Hi all,
> Can anyone explain why I'm seeing the file "alexatoolbar.xml" appearing
> in my web stat logs? Does the Alexa Toolbar request it when visiting a
> site? Do I need to create a file and put anything in it?!
> FYI, last month I had 64 hits to the file (which doesn't exist on the
> server!), and roughly 200,000 page views.
> I can't find anything about it anywhere on the web.
> Thanks in advance!
That's odd. Alexa request a file which contains a menu-like index, but its
Could this be an alias?
If the recurrence in the log bother you, I suggest you re-direct and suppress
the visibility of the 404's.
Hope it helps,
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