What is a URL?

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  • A URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is a one-of-a-kind identifier that can be used to find a resource on the Internet. A web address is another term for it. URLs are made up of several components, including a protocol and a domain name, that tell a web browser how and where to find a resource.
  • End users access URLs by typing them into a browser's address bar or by clicking a hyperlink on a webpage, bookmark list, email, or from another application.
  • The URL includes both the name of the protocol used to access a resource and the name of the resource itself. The first portion of a URL specifies which protocol should be used as the main access method. The second portion specifies the resource's IP address or domain name (and, in some cases, subdomain).

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