The URL is an acronym stands for “Uniform Resource Locator” and is used to show the user and search engine robots where to find a given site or resource. The URL always consists of several parts, including the protocol, domain, and resource path. The combination of these components results in the user being able to enter a specific address that can easily be compared to the addresses of places of residence. The domain can be a specific block, while the path is a specific apartment, and when it is even more complicated, it is a specific room. Without this kind of addressing, travel through online resources would not be possible. Therefore, the URL is a key component of Internet and local area networks and serves users inseparably during their daily online activities.