Edit: Second possibility. If you're running off of windows, and the extra typing is slowing you down, check out PhraseExpress. Using this software, you can quite easily define a phrase that will automatically output http:// before your server links.
If you were copying and pasting, the phrase/macro content would look something like this:
If you're manually typing it in, just remove everything after the second slash and add your choice address. Then all you have to do is set up a hotkey or autotext trigger to output the desired phrase.
The software seems daunting at first, but as someone who's been using it for a while, trust me, it's really useful, and will drastically cut back your workflow.
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If you're only working from one machine, you can edit the host file on your client machine/access terminal to make whatever url point to your server's IP address. For example, you can edit the host file to state that requests to "myserver.com" automatically go to a custom ip address that you define in the host file. You can then enter a link such as "myserver.com:8080/pallet?" into google, and it should redirect you accordingly.
if you're in a domain environment (in a corporate network, usually), you can enter the full domain name of your server (e.g. 1rnvg91.MyDomain:8080/pallet?). That should also work properly.
More info on editing the hosts file, in case you don't know: enter link description here