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The URL interface represents an object providing static methods used for creating object URLs.

When using a user agent where no constructor has been implemented yet, it is possible to access such an object using the Window.URL properties (prefixed with Webkit-based browser as Window.webkitURL).

Note: This feature is available in Web Workers.

Usage

URL is used to parse, construct, normalise, and encode URLs.

The constructor takes a url parameter, and an optional base parameter to use as a base if the url parameter is a relative URL:

const url = new URL('../cats', 'http://www.example.com/dogs');
console.log(url.hostname); // "www.example.com"
console.log(url.pathname); // "/cats"

URL properties can be set to construct the URL:

url.hash = 'tabby';
console.log(url.href); // "http://www.example.com/cats#tabby"

URLs will be encoded as per RFC 3986:

url.pathname = 'démonstration.html';
console.log(url.href); // "http://www.example.com/d%C3%A9monstration.html"

The URLSearchParams interface can be used to build and manipulate the URL query string.

To get the search params from the current window's URL, you can do this:

// https://some.site/?id=123
var parsedUrl = new URL(window.location.href);
console.log(parsedUrl.searchParams.get("id")); // 123

The toString method of URL is the href property, so the constructor can be used to normalise and encode a URL directly.

const response = await fetch(new URL('http://www.example.com/démonstration.html'));

Constructor

URL()
Creates and return a URL object composed from the given parameters.

Properties

URL.hash
Is a DOMString containing a '#' followed by the fragment identifier of the URL.
URL.host
Is a DOMString containing the domain (that is the hostname) followed by (if a port was specified) a ':' and the port of the URL.
URL.hostname
Is a DOMString containing the domain of the URL.
URL.href
Is a DOMString containing the whole URL.
URL.origin Read only
Returns a DOMString containing the origin of the URL, that is its scheme, its domain and its port.
URL.password
Is a DOMString containing the password specified before the domain name.
URL.pathname
Is a DOMString containing an initial '/' followed by the path of the URL.
URL.port
Is a DOMString containing the port number of the URL.
URL.protocol
Is a DOMString containing the protocol scheme of the URL, including the final ':'.
URL.search
Is a DOMString containing a '?' followed by the parameters of the URL.
URL.searchParams Read only
Returns a URLSearchParams object allowing to access the GET query arguments contained in the URL.
URL.username
Is a DOMString containing the username specified before the domain name.
Methods

The URL interface implements methods defined in URLUtils.

URLUtils.toString()
Returns a DOMString containing the whole URL. It is a synonym for URLUtils.href, though it can't be used to modify the value.
URL.toJSON() [available since FireFox v54]
Returns a DOMString  containing the whole URL. It returns the same string as the href property.

Static methods

URL.createObjectURL()
Returns a DOMString containing a unique blob URL, that is a URL with blob: as its scheme, followed by an opaque string uniquely identifying the object in the browser.
URL.revokeObjectURL()
Revokes an object URL previously created using URL.createObjectURL().

Specifications

Specification Status Comment
File API
The definition of 'URL' in that specification.
Working Draft Added the static methods URL.createObjectURL() and URL.revokeObjectURL().
URL
The definition of 'API' in that specification.
Living Standard Initial definition (implements URLUtils).

Browser compatibility

FeatureChromeEdgeFirefoxInternet ExplorerOperaSafari
Basic support

32

21

12

19

4 — 182

No

19

151

7

61

URL Yes1226 No Yes Yes
createObjectURL

23

81

1241015

7

61

revokeObjectURL

81

Yes

1241015

7

61

hash Yes13 Yes ? Yes Yes
host Yes13 Yes ? Yes Yes
hostname Yes13 Yes ? Yes10
href Yes13 Yes ? Yes10
length No No No ? No No
name Yes Yes Yes ? ? Yes
origin521326 ? Yes10
password Yes13 Yes ? Yes10
pathname Yes13 Yes ? Yes10
port Yes13 Yes ? Yes10
protocol Yes13 Yes ? Yes10
search Yes13 Yes ? Yes10
searchParams511752 No Yes10
username Yes13 Yes ? Yes10
toJSON ?1754 ? ? ?
FeatureAndroid webviewChrome for AndroidEdge mobileFirefox for AndroidOpera AndroidiOS SafariSamsung Internet
Basic support ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
URL ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
createObjectURL ? ? ?4 ? ? ?
revokeObjectURL ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
hash ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
host ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
hostname ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
href ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
length ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
name ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
origin ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
password ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
pathname ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
port ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
protocol ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
search ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
searchParams ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
username ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
toJSON ? ? ?54 ? ? ?

1. Supported as webkitURL.

2. From Gecko 2 (Firefox 4) to Gecko 18 included, Gecko supported this interface with the non-standard nsIDOMMozURLProperty internal type. As the only to access such an object was through window.URL, in practice, this didn't make any difference.

See also

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