What Is a URL Link?

A URL link, also known as a uniform resource locator, is the unique source code or address that allows users to visit various websites all over the Internet. The URL link is unique for each and every website known on the World Wide Web.

To access a URL link, simply click the highlighted hyperlink that is provided. If no hyperlink is provided, access the Internet browser, and type in the URL into the address bar. If that doesn't bring up the desired website, simply search for the URL in a search engine. When the URL is located, click the search result, and the URL link transports to the desired website.