That folder and its content must be posted to a Website, and links to a uniform resource locator
(URL) number must be provided for the Index.htm file in that folder.
URL: Uniform Resource Locator
- "address" of a Web page on the Internet (they usually start with the letters htpp://www)
url (Uniform Resource Locator
) a Web site's address
The address of the host is a uniform resource locator
, or URL.
Brown originally had her site's address, or uniform resource locator
(URL), as part of her ISP's URL.
In a test of the system, a security specialist illegally accessed the Internet communications of two researchers and recorded their search inquiries and the Internet Uniform Resource Locator
(URL) addresses they visited.
You may have noticed that the Family Education Network (FEN) has a new uniform resource locator
(URL), or on-line address.
Web browsers are software programs that allow users to review and retrieve documents (graphical pages) on the Internet from Web servers - computers where Web documents are stored.(1,4-6) Each Web page has a unique URL (Uniform Resource Locator
) signifying a Web address which browsers use to find specific Web sites.(5) For instance, the URL for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is http://www.cdc.gov.
1 Print your URL (Uniform Resource Locator
) on everything that leaves your office.
It's practically an obsession, but it's been a great way for me to unwind from my `real life' as a corporate lawyer." To check out CyberDance, point your Web browser at this URL (Uniform Resource Locator
"URL" stands for uniform resource locator
. In conversation, an URL is pronounced either as separate letters or like the name "Earl." An URL is simply an address to help you find an organization's home page or Web site.
For example, the output can be reduced to only the Uniform Resource Locator
(URL) and the document title.