A link used for internal linking. It shows the absolute (or full) path to a file, HTML page, image or anything else you might want to link to within your website.
This link is used as a part of the anchor tag and consists of a protocol, a domain name, possibly a sub-directory and the name of the file, document, HTML page, image or something else.
Example of an anchor tag using an absolute path:
<a href=”https://www.yourwebsite.com/images/logo.png”>Our logo</a>
There are two types of paths used in internal linking – one being the absolute and the other relative. There is, however, no indication that one is more beneficial than the other in terms of SEO.