Web - URL

1 - About

An Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is a universal identifier for a resource.

It's the string that is understood by a browser when you put it in the address bar.

When the HTTP protocol is used as scheme, it's a identifier for a Web resource.

An URL was originally created to provide a method for finding an item such as a person's street address.

On a format level, the URL is a subset of an URI.

Mr. Berners-Lee, the creator of the Web’s bedrock software standards, would get rid of the double slash “//”after the “http:” in Web addresses. The double slash, though a programming convention at the time, turned out to not be really necessary, Mr. Berners-Lee explained.

3 - Syntax


scheme://[[email protected]]host[:port]/path?query#fragment

where:

4 - Management

4.1 - Rewrite

4.2 - Encoding

4.3 - Length

Lowest common denominator max URL length among popular web browsers is 2100 (Reference

5 - Documentation / Reference


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