Here you can add additional entries for the Webalizer configuration file. This allows you to use tags, that can not be configured via the GUI. Everything that you type in here is added to the configuration file unchanged, so you should know what you are doing.
A complete list of the Webalizer options is given in the Webalizer Readme or in the 'sample.conf' file. Excerpts from the Webalizer Readme about the tags, that can not be modified via the GUI, are given below. The configuration parameters of the Stone Steps version of the Webalizer can be found here.
HistoryName Allows specification of a history path/filename if desired. The default is to use the file named 'webalizer.hist', kept in the normal output directory (OutputDir above). Any name specified is relative to the normal output directory unless an absolute path name is given (ie: starts with a '/').
Quiet This allows you to enable or disable informational messages while it is running. The values for this keyword can be either 'yes' or 'no'. Using "Quiet yes" will suppress these messages, while "Quiet no" will enable them. The default is 'no' if not specified, which will allow The Webalizer to display informational messages. It should be noted that this option has no effect on Warning or Error messages that may be generated, as they go to STDERR.
TimeMe This allows you to display timing information regardless of any "quiet mode" specified. Useful only if you did in fact tell the webalizer to be quiet either by using the "Quiet" keyword, otherwise timing stats are normally displayed anyway. Values may be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'.
GMTTime This keyword allows timestamps to be displayed in GMT (UTC) time instead of local time. Normally The Webalizer will display timestamps in the time-zone of the local machine (ie: PST or EDT). This keyword allows you to specify the display of timestamps in GMT (UTC) time instead. Values may be either 'yes' or 'no'. Default is 'no'.
IgnoreHist This suppresses the reading of a history file. USE WITH EXTREME CAUTION as the history file is how The Webalizer keeps track of previous months. The effect of this option is as if The Webalizer was being run for the very first time, and any previous data is discarded. Values may be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'.
GraphLegend Enable/disable the display of color coded legends on the produced graphs. Default is 'yes', to display them.
IndexAlias This allows additional 'index.html' aliases to be defined. Normally, The Webalizer scans for and strips the string "index." from URL's before processing them. This turns a URL such as /somedir/index.html into just /somedir/ which is really the same URL. This keyword allows additional names to be treated in the same fashion for sites that use different default names, such as "home.html". The string is scanned for anywhere in the URL, so care should be used if and when you define additional aliases. For example, if you were to use an alias such as 'home', the URL /somedir/homepages/brad/home.html would be turned into just /somedir/ which probably isn't the intended result. Instead, you should have specified 'home.htm' which would correctly turn the URL into /somedir/homepages/brad/ like intended. It should also be noted that specified aliases are scanned for in EVERY log record... A bunch of aliases will noticeably degrade performance as each record has to be scanned for every alias defined. You don't have to specify 'index.' as it is always the default.
IncrementalName Allows specification of the incremental data filename if desired. Normally, the file named "webalizer.current' is used, kept in the standard output directory. If specified, filenames are relative to the standard output directory, unless an absolute name is given (ie: starts with '/').
The Dump* Keywords allow text files to be generated that can then be used for import into most database, spreadsheet and other external programs. The file is a standard tab delimited text file, meaning that each column is separated by a tab (0x09) character. A header record may be included if required, using the 'DumpHeader' keyword. Since these files contain all records that have been processed, including normally hidden records, an alternate location for the files can be specified using the 'DumpPath' keyword, otherwise they will be located in the default output directory.
DumpPath Specifies an alternate location for the dump files. The default output location will be used otherwise. The value is the path portion to use, and normally should be an absolute path (ie: has a leading '/' character), however relative path names can be used as well, and will be relative to the output directory location.
DumpExtension Allows the dump filename extensions to be specified. The default extension is "tab", however may be changed with this option.
DumpHeader Allows a header record to be written as the first record of the file. Value can be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'.
DumpSites Dump tab delimited sites file. Value can be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'. The filename used is site_YYYYMM.tab (YYYY=year, MM=month).
DumpURLs Dump tab delimited url file. Value can be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'. The filename used is url_YYYYMM.tab (YYYY=year, MM=month).
DumpReferrers Dump tab delimited referrer file. Value can be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'. Filename used is ref_YYYYMM.tab (YYYY=year, MM=month). Referrer information is only available if present in the log file (ie: combined web server log).
DumpAgents Dump tab delmited user agent file. Value can be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'. Filename used is agent_YYYYMM.tab (YYYY=year, MM=month). User agent information is only available if present in the log file (ie: combined web server log).
DumpUsers Dump tab delimited username file. Value can be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'. Filename used is user_YYYYMM.tab (YYYY=year, MM=month). The username data is only avilable if processing a wu-ftpd xferlog or http authentication is used on the web server and that information is present in the log.
DumpSearchStr Dump tab delimited search string file. Value can be either 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'no'. Filename used is search_YYYYMM.tab (YYYY=year, MM=month). The search string data is only available if referrer information is present in the log being processed and recognized search engines were found and processed.