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Browsing the Web

A Web address (also known as a URL, which stands for Uniform Resource Locator) is a unique place on the Internet where you can locate a Web page. With Safari, you can browse sites on the Web with ease by entering a Web address or by clicking a link. You might type an address in the Address bar to start your session. Then you might click a link on that Web page to access a new site. With Safari, you can enter Web addresses faster. When you type a Web address in the Address bar, Safari tries to find a recently visited page that matches what you've typed so far. If Safari finds a match, it fills in the rest of the address. As Safari opens the Web page, the Address box shows a blue-shaded progress bar as the page loads. The first page you open in a window or a page you specifically mark is the SnapBack page (). Each window has only one SnapBack page. Safari remembers this page so you can quickly return to it after opening other Web pages.

Open and View a Web Page

Use any of the following methods to display a Web page:


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