Domain FAQ

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What is a ccTLD?

Top-level domains (TLDs) are the last part of an Internet address. For instance, in example.com the TLD is .com. A country code top-level domain ( ... Read more
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What is a domain extension?

A domain extension refers to the last part of a web address. So for instance in example.com, it would be .com. This section can also be referred to as ... Read more
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What is a domain name?

Simply put, domain names make it easier to locate different web addresses on the Internet. Think of a domain name as a nickname for an IP address. ... Read more
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What is a gTLD?

Top-level domains (TLDs) are the last part of an Internet address. For instance, in example.com the TLD is .com. A generic top-level domain (gTLD) ... Read more
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What is a new gTLD?

A gTLD refers to common TLDs that are used in web addresses such as .com or .org. Recently a list of over 1,000 TLDs have become available for website ... Read more
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What is a URL?

URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator, which might sound a little complicated. In simpler terms, URLs are used to find specific web pages on the ... Read more
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What is an IP address?

Through IP addresses we are able to locate and identify information on the Internet. Think of an IP address (or Internet Protocol address) as the ... Read more
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