Absolute Path is The path (URL) to a page or file.
http://www.yourdomain.com/your-file-name.jpg is an example of an absolute path. It shows the complete details needed to find a folder or file. Meaning, it can be in the form of a website URL or a folder file path, such as:
Difference between an Absolute Path and a Relative one?
Commonly confused with absolute paths, a relative path has just basically showing ‘where you presently are’. So, in the above examples it would be:
/your-file-name.jpg and /images.
How would I use them?
If you wanted to add a link to another website onto yours, you’ll likely use the absolute path so it includes the domain. However, if you’re looking to link to somewhere else on your own site, you’ll likely just use the relative path, such as ‘/about’!