* This post assumes you have a Google Analytics account.
This is a follow up to my previous post Tutorial: Tracking Browser Content Window Size with Google Analytics (1 of 2) where I explained how to incorporate a tracking scheme to read and record your site’s visitors browser dimensions (as opposed to screen resolution). This is powerful because you get data which informs you of the viewing area of the browsers of your visitors. You can come to your own conclusions with how to use your data, but you can quickly get an idea if certain content is out of your visitors viewing area and/or if your layout and design are as efficient as they could be. That said, I will now explain how to view this data in Google Analytics.