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Find the URL of a page or image

To share or copy and paste a page or image, get its web address, or URL.

Get a page URL

  1. Do a Google search for the page you want to find.
  2. Click the search result with the URL you need. This will take you to the site.
  3. In your browser’s address bar at the top of the page, click once to select the entire URL.
  4. Copy the URL by right-clicking it and then selecting Copy.
  5. Paste the URL by right-clicking it and then selecting Paste.

Get an image URL

  1. Do a search on images.google.com for the image you want to find.
  2. Right-click the image.
  3. Depending on what system you’re using, select the image URL by clicking one of these:
    • Chrome: Copy image address
    • Safari: Copy image address
    • Internet Explorer: Properties and then Copy the URL address shown
    • Firefox: Copy image location

Get a search results page URL

  1. Do a Google search for the page you want to find.
  2. In your browser’s address bar at the top of the page, select the entire URL. (If you're looking for the URL of an image result, you need to click the image to open up a larger version before selecting the URL.) 
  3. Copy the URL by right-clicking it and then clicking Copy.
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