URL definition

URL means “uniform resource locator,” an internet web address.
URL means "uniform resource locator," an internet web address.

Examples of URL in a sentence

  • This Agreement (including those specifications and documents incorporated by reference to URL locations which form a part of it) constitutes the entire agreement of the parties hereto pertaining to the operation of the TLD and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings, negotiations and discussions, whether oral or written, between the parties on that subject.

  • Each Registry Operator (optionally through the CZDA Provider) will provide the Zone File FTP (or other Registry supported) service for an ICANN-­‐specified and managed URL (specifically, <TLD>.xxx.xxxxx.xxx where <TLD> is the TLD for which the registry is responsible) for the user to access the Registry’s zone data archives.

  • For sponsoring registrars, at least, it will provide: registrar name, registrar repository object id (roid), hostname of registrar Whois server, and URL of registrar.

  • You must complete the claim form online at URL – xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx.

  • Registry Operator agrees to implement and be bound by the Registry Restrictions Dispute Resolution Procedure as set forth at [insert applicable URL] with respect to disputes arising pursuant to this Section 2.19.


More Definitions of URL

URL means a uniform resource locator address to a site on the internet.
URL means a web address, including the “http://” and any material appearing after a slash in the address. “Domain Name” means a URL, less the “http://” and any material appearing to the right of the next slash (‘/’) in the address. (So for example, in the URL “Xxxx://xxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/homepage.html”, the Domain Name is “XXXXXXXXX.XXXXXXXXX.XXX”.) “Top Level Domain” means the portion of the Domain Name to the right of the right-most period. (In the example, “COM”.) “Second Level Domain” means that portion of a domain name to the left of the right-most period, up to the second period from the right, if any, plus the Top Level Domain. (In the example, “XXXXXXXXX.XXX”.) “Third Level Domain” means that portion of a domain name to the left of the second period from the right, if any, up to the third period from the right, if any, plus the Second Level Domain. (In the example, “XXXXXXXXX.XXXXXXXXX.XXX”.).
URL means a web address, including the "http://" and any material appearing after a slash in the address.
URL means a web address, including the “http://” and any material appearing after a slash in the address. “Domain Name” means a URL, less the “http://” and any material appearing to the right of the next slash (‘/’) in the address. (So for example, in the URL “Xxxx://xxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/homepage.html”, the Domain Name is
URL means a unique URL to JetBrains Site that allows Subscriber to use Service.
URL means uniform resource lo- cator.
URL or "Uniform Resource Locator" means the address of an Internet Web site or the location of a resource on the World Wide Web that allows a browser to locate and retrieve the Internet Web site or the resource.