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Why http is required In A Url ?
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Why http is required In A Url ?
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A web page addresses is also known as a URL, which stands for Uniform Resource Locator. ... WWW is kind of an odd duck when used as a sub-domain, because it will lead to the same website whether it is used or not. A more functional use of a sub-domain is as the address to a completely different site within the same domain.
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Url actually not necessary to use WWW in URLs. It exists for just one purpose – to identify the address as a website. This is not the case with other important URL signifiers, such as a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server (ftp) or news server (news).
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A web page addresses is also known as a URL, which stands for Uniform Resource Locator.
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HTTP means HyperText Transfer Protocol.
There are some of the communication rules that the web browser and the server use when exchanging web pages. There are other protocols in use on the Internet but HTTP is the one for web pages.

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(06-13-2019, 09:00 PM)appdeveloper Wrote:  Why http is required In A Url ?

HTTP is the short form of Hypertext Transfer Protocol. It is required to transfer data on the World Wide Web. HTTP is an application protocol and it runs over the top of TCP/IP protocols suite.
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