Same as “web page.” In terms of a web site visitor’s experience, a page is a unit of site content, often
resembling a paper page of indefinite length and width, that has a single URL address. What the visitor
sees as a “page” is usually a collection of files, always including one page file (.htm, .jsp, .asp, .cfm,
and so on), plus, depending on the page, image files (.gif, .jpg, .png.), style files (.css, among
others), applet files (.js, among others), and a variety of other types of files. In WebTrends default
settings, a page is defined as a file with an extension such as .htm, .asp, .jsp, or .cfm. This definition
can be modified by the administrator to include or exclude any file extension.