The first part of the HTTP Status page is the Timeline graph, which plots the percentage of hits that result in HTTP Status Codes of 2xx (blue), 3xx (green), 4xx (gold), or 5xx (red) over time. The time axis units depend on the current time filter setting. For example, with the time set to the current month, the time axis shows units of days:
If you hover the mouse pointer over a point on the plot, the percentages of requests that generate HTTP Status Codes of 2xx, 3xx, 4xx, and 5xx are displayed in a box alongside the mouse pointer, with a granularity that depends on the time filter settings.
You can also drag either the left or right side of the zoom control just beneath the timeline to focus on a narrower range of times.
There is an additional filter available in the filters pane to allow displaying any combination of status code types.
Below and to the left is the Location display. This has two ways of visualizing locations that hits have come from – a global map (the default view), or a donut chart. These are selected by clicking the icons at the top right of the box.
For the map view, you can hover the mouse pointer over a country on the map to display numeric data for that particular country:
For the donut chart view, you can similarly hover over one of the segments of the donut to display numeric data for that particular country:
To the right is a breakdown of all codes and their frequency, titled Top Codes. You can click the expand icons at the left of each code category to see the individual status codes in order of how often they were seen in the time period. For example, for 2xx:
Finally there is a sortable HTTP Status List by URI:
You can click the expand icons at the left of each code group to see a breakdown of URIs, the numbers of requests for them, and the method used for each code.
Click on the column headers to sort the data in ascending or descending order.
A Download CSV button is available on the right if you want to get a CSV file of this table. Click it and the file will download.
Filtering by Domain does not apply to the HTTP Status List by URI.