The URL or Universal Resource Locator is the unique address to every resource on the Internet. In this video, learn how to read and interpret the meaning behind each and every part of a typical URL.
- Let's take a few minutes and talk about URL's,…or Universal Resource Locators.…We see these things and we use them every single day,…and when you're talking about html, it's vital that…you understand how to read them and use them…to your advantage.…Here is a typical URL.…Let's break it down, step by step.…At the beginning of the URL is the protocol identifier.…This tells the browser what protocol or procedure to use…for accessing a particular resource.…
Some of the common web protocols…that you're likely to encounter include…http, ftp, feed, and file.…Next you have the host address, or the physical address…on the internet, where this particular computer…and program or services located.…This is the more typical human readable version…of the address, or the fully qualified domain name.…Whereas, you could also write it as the actual IP address…of the server, to break the host name down further,…let's start at the end.…
This is the top level domain.…These are the common .com .org .net .gov .edu…that we're all familiar with.…
- Coding a site, a page, or parts
- Managing digital assets
- Formatting headings and paragraphs
- Creating links to pages
- Linking to a PDF or a Google Doc
- Inserting your own images into an LMS
- Embedding YouTube, Vimeo, and SoundCloud media
- Making pages responsive for mobile devices
- Working with CSS using web developer tools
- Overriding existing CSS
- Setting up your own domain
- Using FTP
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Web Basics
2. Semantically Formatting Text
3. Leveraging Links
4. Integrating Images
5. Embedding Resources
6. Adding Style with CSS
7. Setting Up Web Infrastructure
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