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Located immediately to the left of the dot (” . “), the second-level domain is the “readable” part of the domain name. The second-level domain is entirely defined by the registrant, and often refers to the organization or entity associated with the IP address. For example: In www.cnn.com “cnn” (Cable News Network) is a second-level [...]continue reading
A top-level domain is the part of the domain name located to the right of the dot (” . “). The most common TLDs are .com, .net and .org. Several new top-level domains have been added to the menu recently, including .biz, .info, .name, and .ws. The top-level domains have certain guidelines attached, but are [...]continue reading
The EPP code is authorization code. It is one of the protections against unauthorized movement of domain name registrations and it protects your access as a domain owner. The EPP code is needed when transferring .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info and .us domain names. It is not possible to initiate a domain name transfer for [...]continue reading
If you wish to cancel the domain name, don’t pay for domain renewal fee. A domain name does not get canceled but has an expiry time. Once the expiry time is over, you no longer own the domain name and the domain name is back in the pool of new domains for fresh registration.continue reading
A domain can contain numbers (0-9), letters (a-z) or hyphens (-). A domain cannot begin or end with the hyphen (-), nor they can be in consecutive order (you can’t use two hyphens in a row). Empty space is not allowed in the domain name. Domain names must be at least 3 and at most [...]continue reading