ARCHIVED: What is HTTP?

HTTP, short for HyperText Transfer Protocol, is the protocol for transferring hypertext documents that makes the World Wide Web possible. A standard web address (such as http://www.google.com/) is called a URL; the prefix (http in the example) indicates its protocol.

For more, see Hypertext Transfer Protocol Bis.

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