Domain Names { Registry }

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What is a Domain Name?

A domain name is a human-readable web address that serves as the identity of a particular location on the internet. It’s used to locate and identify websites on the World Wide Web. Instead of typing a website’s IP address, which is a series of numbers, users can enter a domain name into their browser’s address bar to access a specific website.

Top Level Domains & Components

Top-Level Domain (TLD): The TLD is the last part of a domain name, such as “.com,” “.org,” “.net,” “.edu,” or country code TLDs like “.us,” “.uk,” etc. TLDs often indicate the type or purpose of the website.

Second-Level Domain (SLD): The SLD is the main part of the domain name that is chosen by the website owner. For example, in the domain “example.com,” “example” is the second-level domain.

Subdomain: Subdomains are extensions of the main domain and are placed in front of the domain name. For example, in “blog.example.com,” “blog” is a subdomain of “example.com.”

Sub Domain

A subdomain is a domain that is part of a larger domain. It is the portion of the URL that comes before the main domain name. Subdomains are used to organize and navigate to different sections or areas of a website. They allow website owners to create distinct sections with their own unique content, functionality, or branding under the main domain.

Here is the structure of a URL with a subdomain:



Name servers are part of the Domain Name System (DNS), which is like the internet’s phonebook. When you type a domain name (like example.com) into your browser, the DNS translates that name into an IP address (like so your browser can connect to the correct web server.

Name servers are specialized servers that store information about domain names and their corresponding IP addresses. When you register a domain name, you specify the name servers that will be responsible for answering queries about that domain. These name servers help route traffic to the correct servers hosting the website or other services associated with the domain.

webmessage Name Servers:



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In conclusion, having a domain is a fundamental and essential step for establishing a distinct and recognizable presence on the internet. A domain serves as the human-readable address for a website, providing a convenient and memorable way for users to access online resources.

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