URL's are located in your browsers address bar. An example of a URL is http://www.
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator and an example is http://www.Wiki.answers.comIt is effectively the 'address' of the site and the page you are viewing in your browser.The full URL can be found at the top of the page in the address bar.
a URL is the destination of a webpage and is identifiable by the code you type in to view a webpage, for example www.google.com is the URL code for the Google Search Site
Every blog has a unique web address (URL). For example Answers.com blog's URL is http://nostupidanswers.com
URL is an abbreviation of Uniform Resource Locator it is the global address of documents and other resources on the World Wide Web. So for example (http://wiki.answers.com) is a url
It's the URL (website address ex. http://wiki.answers.com) of your profile on a certain website. For example: User:Twilightpugluver225that is my profile URL.
URL means "Universal Resource Locater" It's a term that kind of describes a web address but it's more specific. Web address example: Wiki.answers.com URL example: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_URL_mean_something_for_the_internet
I think you mean URL for example : http://wiki.answers.com that is a URL. :)
WordPress URL is an online post identification address where site visitor can read the information from a post. In fact, WordPress Permanent URL Structure is not search engines friendly by default but you can customize it as search engines friendly. Go To Settings > Permalinks and set your own Search Engines friendly URL Structure to your blog site to get good WordPress URL structure.
The URL address of any webpage will be in the top bar on the browser.
Every page is stored in the web in the hyper text format.. They are present in a tree structure of similar domain.. URL address refers to the traversal of a particular page present in the web and the path name of the page.
URL is not a java-specific term. It means "uniform resource locator"; informally, it is the same as an "Internet address" - for example, the address to access a Web page, or an FTP server.