An example of an absolute URL. Absolute URLs contain all parts of the syntax you saw in the previous lesson.
Absolute URLs contain absolutely every piece of the URL syntax we showed you earlier (except the anchor, since that's optional).
Absolute URLs are good to use when you need to link to a page that is outside of your Web site. For example, if you wanted to link to someone else's site for additional information, you would use an absolute URL for that link.