One request from a web browser for one file on a web server. The requests can be for every kind of file on your web site, including html, graphics, style sheets, audio files, scripts and dynamically generated pages (.cgi, .asp, .pl, .js, etc.). Web pages are often a combination of text, graphics, etc., so a request for one web page may be recorded as a series of several hits in the server log â€“ one hit for each file requested.
A request for a file on a web server. Because web pages often contain references to other files, such as images, a single page can generate several hits on a web server. Most webmasters consider a hit to be a single viewer of a web page, whereas system administrators may consider a hit to be a request for a single file. HTML