URLUniform Resource Locator(Localizador Uniforme de Recursos)URL
URL URL means a Uniform Resource Locator. It is aterm used in the web world or other internetsources, which has two different meanings to it.One, it is popularly known as the UniformResource Identifier (URI).Technically peoplerefer to it as URL instead of URI. Second, it is asubset of URI to identifiers who are primarylocators. It is also pronounced as an acronym"EARL". It is an internet address that consists ofhttp (access protocol), the domain name and itcould also include the path to a file or resource onthe server.A Uniform Resource Locator helps detect alocation with the help of itsnetwork location.URL normalization is a method by which URLare normalized in a reliable manner. This processtransforms the URL into a normalized. With thisprocess we can determine if different URLs areequivalent.Evey
Understanding a URLA URL (Uniform Resource Locator)is a unique addressfor a web site..comCommercial sites that are in the business of sellingsomething to the visitor. (www.amazon.com).netCommercial sites that are in the business of sellingsomething to the visitor. (www.lightspeed.net)~Personal sites that are unedited and opinionated(www.gradmath.fresno.edu/~xfiles)members.aolusers.geocitiesSame as above (www.softcom.net/users/rossd22).govThese are tax dollar supported sites. They tend to be fairlyobjective and free from an overt ideologic stance. They hostcurrent acts, policies, and historical records..eduCollege or university hosted sites offer research results andrepositories of information..orgOrganizations (nonprofit) that may or may not be perfectlyobjective.
WebSite1. A website (also written Web site or simply site isa collection of related web pages containing images,videos or other digital assets. A website is hosted onat least one web server, accessible via a networksuch as the Internet or a private local area networkthrough an Internet address also called URL.
Web Page A web page or webpage is a document or information resource that issuitable for the World Wide Web and can be accessed through aweb browser and displayed on a monitor or mobile device.Thisinformation is usually in HTML orXHTML format, and may providenavigation to other web pages via hypertext links Type of Web Page -1. Static web Page2. Dynamic Web Page.
Static Web PageStatic Web pagesA static Web page contains content that displays the same wayeach time the page is requested from a browser. An example ofa static Web page is a help page that contains contactinformation (such as return policy or "brick and mortar" storelocations) that does not change frequently.A static store page is created using only HTML. Static storepages can contain HTML tags and text, as well as otherelements suitable for the page, such as images and animation,but they do not make use of the information in the database
Dynamic web page Dynamic Web pages A dynamic Web page contains content that is generated when the userrequests the page. This content is typically extracted from a database,allowing the store to present the most current information. An online store typically has many more dynamically generated pagesthan static pages because most of the stores information changesfrequently. For example, products change, prices change, and customerinformation changes on a relatively frequent basis. A dynamic Webpage acts as a template; it contains code to retrieve required informationand format the output. Typically, you create dynamic Web pages for product and categorypages, the shopping cart page, the registration form, and the order forms.You can create dynamic Web pages in WebSphere Commerce usingJavaServer Pages technology.
WWW The term WWW refers to the World Wide Web or simply the Web.The World Wide Web consists of all the public Web sites connected tothe Internet worldwide, including the client devices (such as computersand cell phones) that access Web content. The WWW is just one ofmany applications of the Internet and computer networks.The WorldWeb is based on these technologies: HTML - Hypertext Markup Language HTTP - Hypertext Transfer Protocol Web servers and Web browsers
Web Browser(Client) A Web browser is a software program that interprets the codinglanguage of the World Wide Web in graphic form, displaying thetranslation rather than the coding. This allows anyone to “browse theWeb” by simple point and click navigation, bypassing the need to knowcommands used in software languages. The World Wide Web is written in Hypertext Markup Language(HTML). Viewed with software other than a Web browser, HTML looksnothing like its graphic translation. To take a peek, right-click on anyempty space in a webpage. A small pop-up menu will appear.Choose View Page Source in FireFox, or View Source in Microsoft’sInternet Explorer (IE). When finished viewing the HTML coding, clickthe window closed to return to the Web browser window.
Web Server A web server program is software that runson the web site hosting Server computer. Itsmain purpose is to serve web pages; whichmeans it waits for requests from webbrowsers (also known as clients) andresponds by sending the required data back.