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    Why http is required In A Url ?

    Why http is required In A Url ?

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    HTTP is the protocol used to transfer data over the web. ... If the URL is valid and the connection is granted, the server will send your browser the webpage and related files.

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    Technically, the http:// (or https:// if the site is secured) is required but the browser will add it for you. ... Its original use was to indicate that the address leads to a public website. These days, any properly configured website should work with or without the www.

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    Stands for "Hypertext Transfer Protocol." HTTP is the protocol used to transfer data over the web. ... If the URL is valid and the connection is granted, the server will send your browser the webpage and related files.

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    Stands for "Hypertext Transfer Protocol." HTTP is the protocol used to transfer data over the web. ... If the URL is valid and the connection is granted, the server will send your browser the webpage and related files. Some common HTTP status codes include: 200 - successful request (the webpage exists)

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    HTTP defines how messages are formatted and transmitted, and what actions Web servers and browsers should take in response to various commands. For example, when you enter a URL in your browser, this actually sends an HTTP command to the Web server directing it to fetch and transmit the requested Web page.

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    Stands for "Hypertext Transfer Protocol." HTTP is the protocol used to transfer data over the web. ... If the URL is valid and the connection is granted, the server will send your browser the webpage and related files. Some common HTTP status codes include: 200 - successful request (the webpage exists)

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    Technically, the http:// (or https:// if the site is secured) is required but the browser will add it for you. ... Its original use was to indicate that the address leads to a public website.

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    Technically, the http:// (or https:// if the site is secured) is required but the browser will add it for you. ... Its original use was to indicate that the address leads to a public website. These days, any properly configured website should work with or without the www.

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    HTTP defines how messages are formatted and transmitted, and what actions Web servers and browsers should take in response to various commands. For example, when you enter a URL in your browser, this actually sends an HTTP command to the Web server directing it to fetch and transmit the requested Web page.

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    HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. It is a protocol which are a set of rules for some activity. Each protocol occupies a port. For ex: HTTP occupies port 80, HTTPS occupies port 443, FTP occupies port 21 and so on.

    The reason we use HTTP in front of the URL is to tell the browser about which port we’re looking to connect to. Since its difficult to remember each port, we make it human rememberable, some sort of convention we use in most of the places of our DNS system.

    How the DNS system works would give you a good idea about the use of HTTP in front of each URL.

    Whenever we enter a URL in a browser, the browser puts up a dot at the end and reverses the entire URL and send it to the local ISP. Such that: Google gets transformed to .com.google.www://https

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    Its original use was to indicate that the address leads to a public website. Any properly configured website should work with or without the www.

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