The scheme specifies the protocol that will be used to access the Internet resource. It might be HTTP (non-SSL) or HTTPS (with SSL).
There are other schemes you might see
- mailto:// can assist you write an email to the email address you entered in the URL by opening your computer’s default email service provider.
- ftp:// is a commonly used protocol for transmitting computer files over a network between a client and a server.
Subdomains also categorise your website’s primary content categories, indicating to Google and your visitors that your site has more information than just a homepage.
3. Domain Name:
The name of your website is your second-level domain (SLD). It informs users that they are on the website of a certain business.
4. Top-level Domain:
The top-level domain (TLD) identifies the sort of entity your company is on the internet.
The path specifies the resource on the host the web client want to access.
That’s it in this #quick KB.
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