Definitions for "Uniform Resource Locators"
Keywords:  gopher, webpage, warwick, csv, worry
Identify the location of network resources, such as, a webpage (
( URL s) are the addresses used to locate files and services provided across the Internet in much the same way a file on a personal computer has a path to locate it. The URL consists of three parts: a protocol (e.g. http, telnet, gopher), a server name (e.g. and finally the path to the file.
Internet addresses for online resources, such as Web pages, files, mailboxes, and newsgroups.
Standardized formatted entities within HTML documents which specify a network service or document to link to.