What is a URL?

A URL is something that must be used when creating a website.
URLs are used to create websites, but few people can explain their structure.

What is a URL?

URL stands for “Uniform Resource Locator”. URL stands for “Uniform Resource Locator”, also known as “home page address”.

It is easy to think of UR as an address on the Internet.

A URL is a human-readable version of an IP address.
Originally, computers recognized addresses on the Internet as “IP addresses”, which are just numbers. A domain is a human-readable version of the IP address.

We combine elements of words with various meanings, and replace IP addresses with easy-to-understand URLs whose meanings can be read.