The location of a Web page on the Internet. Web addresses are officially known as Uniform Resource Locators, or URLs for short.
Every website has an address that can be used to locate it. Addresses can usually be identified by their distinctive format. For example, education institutions contain .ac within them, companies contain .co within them and organisations contain .org within them.
A unique address that allows you to access a web site. An example is http://www.salford.ac.uk. Also called an URL (Uniform Resource Locator).