In Zero-Page Addressing, the operand is a memory address rather than a value. As the name suggests, the memory must be on the zero-page of memory (addresses $0000-$00FF). You only need to supply the low byte of the memory address, the $00 high byte is automatically added by the processor.
Zero-Page addressing is very similar to Absolute Addressing, except that absolute addressing requires a full 2-byte address, and can access the full range of the processor's memory ($0000-$FFFF).
This example uses Zero-Page Addressing to load the accumulator with whatever value is stored in memory address $00EE. Notice that the operand doesn't include $00.
0001:A5 EE LDA $EE ; Load A with whatever value is in memory address $00EE.
Since Zero-Page addressing is essentially the same as Absolute addressing, the use the same opcodes. The following opcodes support zero-page addressing: