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Different Parts of Url?

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A URL has 3 main parts to it. The domain, sub-folder, and file. The domain is the main part, it is the name of the website. The sub-domain is a different part of the same website. It could be blog.domain.com, forum.domain.com or something else. It's job is to make navigation easier. The file is what makes the website function. It can be in HTML, PHP, ASP, or many more. It is very similar concept to an apartment complex. The domain would be the complex itself, the sub-domain would be the specific building and the file is the actual unit number.
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There are many parts of a URL that can be present. In a basic URL there is a protocol, server, domain, and top-level domain. However, many more possibilities exist.
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1. Know the parts of the URL. They are protocol, host and pathname. If you were to write that out like an URL, separated by slashes, you'd get something like protocol://host/pathname
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All the previous answers cover different aspects of the difference. My answer is something I wrote for my own benefit, trying to explain the difference from a layman's perspective
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