YES! The shortcut URL means Uniform Ressource Locator.
The URL is the universal name for the address of a webpage.
A typical URL has the form http://www.example.com/index.html
which indicates the protocol type (http
) Hyper Text Transfer Protocol,
the (domain name
) (www.example.com) and the specific web page (index.html).
URLs can be absolute (complete) or relative (partial):
1. If you are creating a document that you want to publish on the Internet,
you use an absolute URL so that anyone anywhere in the world
on the Internet can find the page.
2. If you are creating links to other files within the same folder
or on the same server, you need to provide only a relative URL.
Remember that you are already in the same directory (or folder or general vicinity)
as the file to which you are linking.