URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is a unique address that identifies a resource on the Internet and there are two types of URL; absolute URL and relative URL.
Relative URLs don’t contain protocol (HTTP or HTTPS), the domain name or root directory of the website.
Absolute URLs contain full of URL including protocol (HTTP or HTTPS), the domain name and the path to the resource.
Absolute URLs can use from any website but relative URLs can only be use in same website.
|Feature||Absolute URL||Relative URL|
|Contains the complete address of the resource||Yes||No|
|Dependent on the current page||No||Yes|
|Can be used to access resources from any website||Yes||No|
There is no difference between absolute url and relative url for Google search.