A URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is a text string used by email clients, web browsers and other web applications to identify a specific resource on the web. It is the core network identification for any resource on the ... More »

One example of a URL is http://www.microsoft.com, which is the link to Microsoft's web page. A URL, which stands for uniform resource locator, is a formatted text string used by web browsers and other software to identif... More »

URL stands for uniform resource locator. A URL specifies the addresses of various network resources on the Internet. Examples of these resources are hypertext pages, images and sound files. More »

Click in the open text box at the top of the browser, delete the current address, and type in the URL of the website you would like to visit. Press Enter to travel to the website. More »

Popular web browsers include Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Netscape, Camino and K-Meleon. There are nearly 80 different web browsers according to Web Developers Notes. Britain's Daily Mail reported i... More »

URL stands for uniform resource locator. A URL specifies the addresses of various network resources on the Internet. Examples of these resources are hypertext pages, images and sound files. More »

A URL and a Web address are the same thing in Internet terminology. URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator and is the full address of the website being accessed. The term "Web address" is the common way of referring to ... More »