What Is the File Extension Url?

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URL extensions are the subdomain or subsection of the main domain. It could be a certain server, collection of files or an application. An example of this is http://answer.ask.com. The 'http' serves as protocol; 'ask' is the main domain; 'answers' is the subdomain and 'com' is the top level domain.
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URL extensions are the subdomain or subsection of the main domain. It could be a certain server, collection of files or an application. An example of this is http://answer.ask.com. The 'http' serves as protocol; 'ask' is the main domain; 'answers' is the subdomain and 'com' is the top level domain.
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It's the subdomain. It's a 'sub-section' of the main domain. Usually, it's a specific server, application, or collection of files.
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1. Locate the URL file on your computer's hard drive. 2. Right-click on the URL file that you just located. 3. Navigate to "Rename" from the list of ...
1. Locate the URL file on your computer's hard drive. 2. Right-click on the URL file that you just located. 3. Navigate to "Rename" from the list of ...
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