What is a Domain name?

What is a Domain name? < Domain name Wiki


A Domain name is an “unique” Internet Address which is mapped to machine readable IP Address. A domain name is used to setup a website, and is also used to create email addresses. It is desirable to register a memorable, short and keyword-rich domain name.

The hierarchy of labels in a fully qualified Domain name :

Domain name

Cost of registering a domain name is anywhere from $10-$15 per year. Domain name can be 1 to 63 characters long excluding TLD (.com, .net or .org), but you may only register names that are only 3 – 63 characters long. A single letter (or digit) domain names for .COM, .NET and .ORG are reserved by IANA, and cannot be registered.

What is a Domain name?

The Domain name is a component of a uniform resource locator (URL) used to access web sites, for example:

  • URL: http://www.example.net/index.html
  • Top-level domain: net
  • Second-level domain: example
  • Host name: www

What is a Domain name? < Domain name Wiki



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