is Domain Name & URL :
|A domain name is the address that users
will enter in their web browser (like Internet Explorer or Netscape)
to access your web site. For example this site's domain name is MadeWebHost.com.
URL stands for "Uniform Resource Locator."
It is the address of a specific Web site or file on the Internet.
A URL contains the domain name. Some examples of URLs are http://www.MadeWebHost.com/domain.html,
http://www.MadeWebHost.com.com/ . As you can see, not all URLs begin
with "http". The first part of a URL indicates what kind
of resource it is addressing.
The second part of a URL (after the "://") contains the
address of the computer being located as well as the path to the file.
For example, in "http://www.MadeWebHost.com/Domain-Names/index.html,"
"www.MadeWebHost.com.com" is the address or domain name
of the host computer and "/Domain-Names/index.html" is the
path to the file. When a address ends with a slash and not something
like ".html," the server usually defaults to a file in the
current directory named "index.html". So, if you type in
"http://www.MadeWebHost.com.com/" and "http://www.MadeWebHost.com/index.html,"
you should get the same page. Go ahead and try it if you have nothing
better to do.