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What is TLD (Top Level Domain)?

Labeled as information in Web Hosting Discussion, started by joellee, Apr 16, 2020

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  1. joellee

    joellee Established Member

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    The letters that are present at the end of a website address are said to be TLD(Top Level Domain).

    Examples of top-level domains include the oldest and most recognizable .com, .net and .org.

    The TLD identifies something about the domain associated with it, like the website’s geographical area where it originates, purpose or the organization that owns it. Examples include .au for Australia, .edu for educational, and .com for commercial sites.
     
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  3. NickB

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    at least have the courtesy of giving credit to the site you took it from and wrap the text in "quotes".....
     

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