What’s the difference between a domain name and a URL?

A uniform resource locator (URL), sometimes called a web address, contains the domain name of a site as well as other information, including the transfer protocol and the path. For example, in the URL ‘https://singhmanish.com/learning/’, ‘singhmanish.com’ is the domain name, while ‘https’ is the protocol and ‘/learning/’ is the path to a specific page on the website.