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Ekzemple:

Kio estas la _____________ de via retejo?

Plenigu la spacon.

Retadreso? Ligoadreso? Ĉu ekzistas alia pli ĝusta elekto?

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  • Since the question already makes clear its is asking about a network, you could just say adreso.
    – apaderno
    Oct 8 '16 at 12:14
  • Maybe the sentence I used is a bad example. I'm just wanting to know the most common and correct word to refer to the "internet address" or "URL" of a website. Oct 8 '16 at 12:17
  • I apologize: I didn't mean the example was bad. I just meant that in that specific case, there should be the need of specify of which address you are talking of, but generally speaking you indeed use a more specific word than adreso,
    – apaderno
    Oct 8 '16 at 12:22
  • No need to apologize :) I see what you mean. Sometimes in English I might say "What's your website's URL?" which is why I used that sentence. Oct 8 '16 at 12:39
  • Sigh! It was supposed to be "there should not be the need of specifying which address you are talking of."
    – apaderno
    Oct 8 '16 at 12:59
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According to Komputeko, the phrase is reteja adreso or unuforma risurca lokindiko. So I think in your example it would make sense to write reteja adreso, however I think normally people just say adreso and it is clear from the context what they are talking about.

I hear retadreso a lot to refer to an email address so I think that usage is pretty much standardised, even if it seems a little strange.

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  • I think retadreso is shortened from retpoŝtadreso or retpoŝta adreso. Why such a strange form has spread, one explanation could be in, how should I put this diplomatically, a rather senior-leaning age structure in many Esperanto organisations. Feb 13 '20 at 13:38
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Mi preferas uzi ne tiel laŭvortan frazon: Kio estas la ligilo al via retejo.

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  • Mi ankaux preskaux cxiam vidas "ligilo" en Telegramo pri tio. Oct 19 '16 at 21:09
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Vi ja povas diri URL, prononcata /u.ro.lo/ aŭ /u.ʁo.lo/, kiu bone kongruas kun la esperanta Unuforma Rimeda Lokindiko.

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