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address bar

n
(Computer Science) computing the space provided (on a browser) for showing the addresses of websites
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Note: If clicking on the above links does not open up a new web page, you may need to cut and paste the above URL into your browser's address bar.
pk in address bar of the browser to avoid phishing attack.
The gag on Google Maps enables visitors to click on a Pac-Man symbol in the lower left of the screen to play the video game on whatever location is listed in the address bar.
For example, an eBuy access is added to the logon zone, saving customers from inputting the URL in the address bar of browser and enabling them to enjoy more convenient online shopping for branded products in well-known stores.
I personally would like to address the issue of the proper use of the Internet Address Bar," Mr Lee added, noting that small to medium businesses around the world will be saved if only the address bar is used fairly.
For example the tabs system, address bar search, add-ons, etc.
org/offers/dailymirror (type this into your address bar rather than a search engine).
org/offers/people (type this into your address bar rather than a search engine).
The data is usually scrambled to protect users, in many cases using a protocol called OpenSSL, which can be identified by a small padlock image in a browser's address bar.
The users can search directly from the address bar by typing in "Streamus" and hitting Tab, or can search within the extension and create own playlist.
Sheikh Ahsan, petitioner apprised the bench that the retired CJP has to address bar associations nationwide and keeping in view the country's law and order situation the security of former CJP is essential.
Display the Address bar and click the "three dot" (.