Can You Explain The Parts Of A URL?


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Every  web page in the internet  has URL .It stands for Uniform Resource Locator (URL) specifies where an identified resource is available and the mechanism for retrieving it .It is an address or path  for the search engine ,for identity.

The first part of a URL states what protocol is used to access the
site. In the example,  http:// indicates
the site is using the http (HyperText Transfer Protocol).

The second part of a URL is the actual Internet address of the
computer where the pages for the site are stored. This is commonly a
word or combination of words followed by .com, .net, .org, or a country
domain such as or .de, and is commonly referred to as a domain
name. This second part can also consist of an IP address, and might
look something like: or a port

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