What are "Top Files?" How does this differ from "Top Pages?"
A Google search query, for example, starts with a file [http://www.google.com/search].
The results you get back are called dynamically generated pages.
So for example, you go to Google and type in "blue widgets".
We got 1,650 results:
The File is http://www.google.com/search
all the information after the "?" in the results URL are the individual search results per query.
So the results are a (dynamically generated) page.
If you are interested in the query that was returned then you are interested in the end of the URL.
But if you only interested in how many people made searches, then you are only interested in the file.
So if you added up all the different queries made on Google, the total would be the number of times the search query file was accessed.
It is useful information for websites that generate their content based on the query (the content shown after the â€œ?â€