A uniform resource locator (URL) is the address of a resource on the Internet. A URL indicates the location of a resource as well as the protocol used to access it.
A URL contains the following information:
- The protocol used to a access the resource
- The the location of the server (whether by IP address or domain name)
- The port number on the server (optional)
- The location of the resource in the directory structure of the server
- A fragment identifier (optional)
Also known as a Universal Resource Locator (URL) or Web address. A URL is a type of uniform resource identifier (URI). In common practice, the term URI isn’t used, or is used synonymously with URL, even though this is technically incorrect.
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