Address bar

Address bar, also called the “Location Bar” or “URL Bar”, is a feature of almost all internet browsers, such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. It is used to enter a website address, known as a URL (Uniform Resource Locator), to locate and access webpages. It can also be used to perform searches using the built-in search engine, such as Google or Bing. To access a webpage, the user can type the URL of a page into the address bar or search for the page’s name or key terms related to the webpage.

The address bar is located at the top of a web browser window and displays the current URL of the page that is being viewed. It also provides a link to the website’s host name (the domain, such as or Additionally, the address bar also gives users the ability to navigate to another page by entering a new URL, or by clicking on a drop-down list of history and bookmarks.

Address bars are also used in e-mail programs to indicate the sender of a particular message. In this case, the address bar is usually followed by a colon and a subject line.

The address bar is an essential feature of a web browser, and serves as an important navigational tool for users.

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