HTTP Stands For Hypertext Transfer Protocol

HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. It’s a component of the Internet Protocol Suite, which is responsible for connecting users to servers and delivering data between them. The protocol takes requests from clients (like your browser), sends those requests over a network, waits for responses, filters those responses according to what it expects back (you’ll see why in a moment), then sends them back to you.”

How many types of HTTP are there?

Two types of HTTP are:

HTT: Used in the URL of a website, it connects the website to your computer.

HTTPS: Secure HTTP. It is secure because it encrypts the data between our servers and your browser, so people can’t read them if they were to be intercepted by someone else.

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