A slug is the part of a URL which identifies a page using human-readable keywords. It is usually the end part of the URL, which can be interpreted as the name of the resource, similar to the basename in a filename or the title of a page. A slug is very search-engine-friendly and is unique for the specific resource e.g. products or categories. This means a product can not have the same slug as another product.
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