This crossword clue is for the definition: Browser bookmark.
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Possible Answers: URL.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 30 Jun 2018, Saturday
Random information on the term “Browser bookmark”:
The following tables compare general and technical information for a number of web-based browser synchronizers. Please see the individual products’ articles for further information. Unless otherwise specified in footnotes, comparisons are based on the stable versions.
3.0.0 (August 2010; 7 years ago (2010-08)) [±]
Mac OS X:1.0.4 (September 14, 2005; 12 years ago (2005-09-14)) [±]
BookmarkSync was discontinued some time around 2006.
IE: 1.3.17 (September 26, 2016; 20 months ago (2016-09-26)) [±]Safari: 2.0.19 (March 12, 2015; 3 years ago (2015-03-12)) [±]Chrome: 1.0.33 (July 25, 2017; 10 months ago (2017-07-25)) [±]Xmarks was shut down on May 1, 2018
History of bookmarks (favorites) sync:
Random information on the term “URL”:
In computing, a CURIE (or Compact URI) defines a generic, abbreviated syntax for expressing Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs). It is an abbreviated URI expressed in a compact syntax, and may be found in both XML and non-XML grammars. A CURIE may be considered a datatype.
An example of CURIE syntax: [isbn:0393315703]
The square brackets may be used to prevent ambiguities between CURIEs and regular URIs, yielding so-called safe CURIEs.
QNames (the namespace prefixes used in XML) often are used as a CURIE, and may be considered a type of CURIE. CURIEs, as defined by the W3C, will be better defined and may include checking. Unlike QNames, the part of a CURIE after the colon does not need to conform to the rules for XML element names.
The first W3C Working Draft of CURIE syntax was released 7 March 2007.
The final recommendation was released 16 December 2010.
This example is based on one from the W3C Working Draft 7 March 2007, using a QName syntax within XHTML.