You use hyperlinks, or simply links, to navigate to other pages in a website. A web page is a resource, and each web page has a unique identifier for people to locate the page. This unique identifier is the URL, short for Uniform Resource Locator.
This chapter explains what a URL is and how to use links in your web pages.
A URL is a web address. To locate a web page, which is a resource on the Internet, you would click on a link that contains a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) or enter one in the Address or Location box of your browser. Here are two examples of URLs:
The first part of the URLs is http, which identifies the HTTP protocol. HTTP ...