CategoryUniform Resource Locator



Vanity domain

In the Domain Name System (DNS), a vanity domain is a domain name Whose purpose is to express the individuality of the person you Whose Behalf it is registered. This contrasts with domain names, which is an organization (eg a company) or a service that organization offers. Vanity domains may be compared with vanity , which similarly identify their owners as an individual and not just someone relying on another organization’s services. Continue reading

UTM parameters

Urchin Tracking Module ( UTM ) parameters are five variants of URL parameters used by marketers to track the effectiveness of online marketing campaigns across traffic sources and media publishing. They were introduced by Google Analytics ‘ Urchin predecessor and, therefore, are supported out-of-the-box by Google Analytics. The UTM parameters in a URL identify the campaign that refers to a specific website, [1] and attributes it to the browser’s website sessionand the sessions after that until the award window expires. The parameters can be parsed by analytics tools and used to populate reports. [2] Continue reading

URL Template

URL Template is a way to specify a URL that includes parameters that must be substituted before the URL is resolved. The syntax is usually to enclose the parameter in Braces ({example}). The agreement is for a parameter to not Be Percent encoded UNLESS it follows a Question Mark (?). Continue reading

Subscription Architecture URL

The URL Subscription Architecture (URLSA) is an open system for subscribing to frequently updated digital content on the web , such as blogs , news stories, and private conversations. It was designed as an alternative to RSS that supports social subscribing, private subscriptions, and rich content. Continue reading

Snooper URL

URL Snooper is a program to find URLs of streaming media and data . This streamed files download through any download manager . Its scope is the same as that of a stream recorder . It usually uses pcap / Winpcap for packet capturing. Continue reading

Shortening URL

URL shortening is a technique on the World Wide Web in which the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) can be made shorter and still shorter. This is achieved by using a redirect which links to the web page that has a long URL. For example, the URL ” http://example.com/assets/category_B/subcategory_C/Foo/ ” can be shortened to ” https://example.com/Foo “, and the URL ” http://example.com /about/index.html “can be shortened to” https://goo.gl/aO3Ssc “. Often the redirect domain name is shorter than the original one. A friendly URLMay be Desired for messaging technologies That limit the number of characters in a post (for example SMS) for Reducing the amount of typing required if the reader is copying a URL from a print source, for making it easier for a person to remember, or for the intention of a permalink . In November 2009, the shortened links of the URL shortening service Bitly were accessed 2.1 billion times. [1] Continue reading

Redirect URL

URL redirection , also called URL forwarding , is a World Wide Web technique for making a web page available under one URL . When a web browser attempts to open a URL that has been redirected, a page with a different URL is opened. Similarly, domain forwarding or domain forwarding is When All pages in a URL domain are Redirected to a different domain, you When wikipedia.com and wikipedia.net are automatically Redirected to wikipedia.org . URL redirection is done for different reasons: for URL shortening ; to prevent broken linkswhen web pages are moved; to allow multiple domain names belonging to the same owner to refer to a single web site ; to guide navigation into and out of a website; for privacy protection; and for hostile purposes such as phishing attacks or malware distribution. Continue reading

URL normalization

URL normalization is the process by which URLs are modified and standardized. The goal of the normalization process is to transform a URL into a normalized URL so it is possible to determine if two syntactically different URLs may be equivalent. Continue reading

Uniform Resource Identifier

In information technology , a Uniform Resource Identifier ( URI ) is a string of characters used to identify a resource .

Such identification enables interaction with representations of the resource over a network, typically the World Wide Web , using specific protocols . Schemes specifying a concrete syntax and associated protocols define each URI. The most common form of URI is the Uniform Resource Locator ( URL ), which is frequently referred to informally as a web address. More rarely seen in use is the Uniform Resource Name (URN) , which was designed to complement URLs by providing a mechanism for the identification of resources in particular namespaces . Continue reading

Typosquatting

Typosquatting, also called URL hijacking, a sting site, or a fake URL, is a form of cybersquatting, and possibly brandjacking which relies on mistakes such as typos made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser. Should a user accidentally enter an incorrect website address, they may be led to any URL (including an alternative website owned by a cybersquatter).[1] Continue reading

TinyURL

TinyURL is a shortening web service URL , which provides short aliases for redirecting long URLs . Kevin Gilbertson , a web developer , launched the service in January 2002 [2] so it would be able to post links in newsgroups postings which frequently had long, cumbersome addresses. Continue reading

SWFAddress

SWFAddress is an open-source JavaScript library that allows Adobe Flash / Flex and JavaScript / AJAX websites and web applications to support deep linking , a practice that allows users to link to a specific section or page of the content. [1] Continue reading

Spoofed URL

spoofed URL describes one website that poses as another website. It sometimes applies a mechanism that exploits bugs in a web browser technology, allowing a malicious computer attack. Such attacks are most effective against computers that lack recent security patches. Others are designed for the purpose of a parody . Continue reading

Redirect server-side

server side redirect is a method of URL redirection using an HTTP status code (eg, 301 Moved Permanently, 303 See Other and 307 Temporary Redirect) issued by a web server in response to a request for a particular URL. The result is to redirect user’s web browser to another web page with a different URL . Continue reading

Semantic URL attack

In a semantic URL attack , a customer manually Adjusts the parameters of ict request by Maintaining the URL ‘s syntax goal icts altering semantic meaning. This attack is primarily used against CGI driven websites.

A similar attack involving web browser cookies is commonly referred to as a poisoning cookie . Continue reading

Semantic URL

Semantic URLs , aussi Sometimes Referred to as clean URLs , RESTful URLs , user-friendly URLs , or search engine-friendly URLs , are Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) Intended to Improve the usability and accessibility of a website or web service by being white time immediately and intuitively meaningful to non-expert users . Such URLs tend to reflect the conceptual structure of a collection of information and decouple the user interfacefrom a server’s internal representation of information. Other reasons for using clean URLs include search engine optimization (SEO), [1] conforming to the representational state transfer (REST) ​​style of software architecture, and ensuring that individual web resources remain consistently at the same URL. This makes the World Wide Web a more stable and useful system, and enables more sustainable and reliable bookmarking of web resources. [2] Continue reading

Search / Retrieve via URL

Search / Retrieve via URL ( SRU ) is a standard search query for Internet search queries, using the Contextual Query Language (CQL), a standard query syntax for representing queries. Continue reading

Rewrite engine

rewrite engine is a software component that performs rewriting on Uniform Resource Locators , modifying their appearance. This modification is called URL rewriting . It is a way of implementing URL mapping or routing within a web application . The engine is typically a component of a web server or web application framework . Rewritten URLs (sometimes Known As short , pretty or fancy URLs , search engine friendly – SEF URLs, gold slugsare used to provide shorter and more relevant-looking links to web pages. The technique adds a layer of abstraction between the files used to generate a web page and the URL that is presented to the outside world. Continue reading

Query string

On the World Wide Web , a query is a part of a uniform resource locator (URL) containing data that does not fit into a hierarchical path structure. The query string commonly includes fields Added by a Web browser or other application, for example as part of an HTML form . [1] Continue reading

Mobile deep linking

In the context of mobile apps , deep linking Consists of using a uniform resource identifier ( URI ) That links to a specific rental Within a mobile app Rather than simply launching the app. Deferred Deep Linking allows users to see if the application is not already installed. Depending on the mobile device platform, the URI may be different. Continue reading

Link rot

Link rot (or linkrot ) is the process by which hyperlinks on individual websites or the Internet in general point to web pages , servers or other resources that have become permanently unavailable. The phrase also describes the effects of failing to update out-of-date web pages that clutter search engine results. Research [1] [2] shows that the half-life of a random webpage is two years. Continue reading

Internationalized Resource Identifier

The Internationalized Resource Identifier ( IRI ) was defined by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in 2005 as a new standard in the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) scheme. [1] The new standard was published in RFC 3987 . Continue reading

HTTP referer

The HTTP referer (originally a misspelling of referrer [1] ) is an HTTP header field that identifies the address of the webpage (ie the URI or IRI ) that is linked to the resource being requested. By checking the referrer, the new webpage can see where the request originated. Continue reading

Doppelganger domain

doppelganger is a domain name that is identical to a homogeneous domain name (FQDN), but does not include the dot between host / subdomain and domain. Continue reading

Deferred deep linking

Deferred deep linking is one aspect of mobile deep linking . It describes the principle of deep linking into an app that is not yet installed. This implies that clicking (or otherwise invoking) the deep link causes: Continue reading

Deep linking

In the context of the World Wide Web , deep linking is the use of a hyperlink That links to a specific, searchable indexed Generally gold, piece of web content we website (eg, “http://example.com/path/page “), rather than the website’s home page (eg,” http://example.com/ “). Continue reading

Contextual deep linking

Contextual deep linking is a form of deep linking for mobile apps that links to specific content within an app, rather than a generic welcome screen for that app. Where basic Mobile deep linking Typically only Allows you to deep link to content in apps you’ve already downloaded, contextual deep linking Allows you to pass information through the app store . Referring information is passed through both the App Store (iOS) and Google Play , bringing the user to the content of the app. Continue reading

URLs

Uniform Resource Locator ( URL ), colloquially termed a web address , [1] is a reference to a web resource that specifies its location on a computer network and a mechanism for retrieving it. A URL is a specific type of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), [1] interchangeably. [3] [a] URLs occur most commonly to reference web pages ( http ), but are also used for file transfer ( ftp ), email ( mailto ), database access ( JDBC ), and many other applications. Continue reading

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