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Domain Extensions

Started by peterwilson, August 11, 2022, 03:41:36 PM

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The sequence of characters in a web address that come after the period is known as a domain extension. A top-level domain (TLD), also known as a domain extension, is the suffix that appears after the domain name in a web address; the most common is ".com." TLDs are governed by the Internet's Domain Name System, which governs how domain names are translated into Internet Protocol, or IP, addresses.

Different Types of Domains:

Top-Level Domains (TLDs) Each website's URL can be broken down into different parts.
Country Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) As we alluded to earlier, there are actually multiple types of TLDs.
Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD)
Second-Level Domain (SLD)
Third-Level Domain.
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A domain extension is the combination of characters following the period in a web address. Domain name extensions are the last part of a domain name. For example, in 'google.com,' the domain name extension is .com.
Types of domain name extensions:
1. Generic Domain Extensions
2. Sponsored Domain Extensions
3. Generic-Restricted Domain Extensions
4. Country Code Domain Extensions

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