The second part of a URL is the actual Internet address of the
where the pages for the site are stored. This is commonly a word or combination of words followed by .com, .net, .org, or a country
such as .co.uk or .de, and is commonly referredto as a domain name.The next part of the part of the example URL /directory indicates that it is adirectory on the site. Sometimes this will be the end of the URL, and much like if theaddress ended with the domain, when a user goes to the URL they will go to the defaultindex page, if it exists. Before a directory there is a slash, indicating a new part of theURL.The next part is the page of the site. This is an actual file and can have one of anumber of different extensions. Much like directories, there is a slash before the file namewhether or not the domain or a directory precedes it, indicating that this is yet another part of a URL. The most commonly seen extensions are .html and .html, but there isalso .php, .asp, .pdf, and others for different files.
A system for sending and receiving messages electronically over a computer network, as between personal computers.
Anamethat identifies an electronic post office box on anetwork wheree-mail
can be sent. Different types of networks have different formats for e-mail addresses. OntheInternet, all e-mail addresses have the form:@<