Questions tagged [url]

A URL, or Uniform Resource Locator, is an address for a file or resource that specifies where that resource is, and how to go about retrieving it.

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Which web framework uses 'eservice_enu' as part of its default path? [closed]

I've seen http://example.com/eservice_enu/ all over the place, especially on sites that handle payments. Which framework is this? I realize any site could choose this path component arbitrarily.
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Updating Old Site To New. Which Content Management System Lets Me Retain My Old URL? [duplicate]

My old site is done in HTML with .html as file extension. To allow all those users who visit sites by typing a specific page url, and URL structure being good, I do not retain every single old url as ...
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Using preventDefault() to cloak links bad for SEO?

I'm thinking of doing something like this: <a href="http://www.example.com" data-href="http://www.affiliatelink.com">Link</a> When a user hovers the link they will see www.example.com ...
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What is the difference between HTTP and URLs? [closed]

What is the difference between HTTP and a URL as used for a website? How is that related to the layers of HTTP?
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Linking internal anchor text [closed]

This might be a very stupid question but It bugs me so I have to get it out here: Lets say on my websites blog page I have a link, I can either go: <a href="index.php">homepage</a> My ...

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