Nov 3, 2017

Domain Terms

TLD: The top-level domains is the part of the name that comes after the dot (“.”).
gTLD: Generic top-level domains are those that do not belong to any country. Examples include .com, .net, .org, .biz and .info.
ccTLD: Country code top-level domains are those that are assigned to countries of the world. In Italy you would have domain names that end in “.it” while Japanese sites would come under “.jp.”
Domain name: This is the actual name of the site you are on. In our case, Cloudwards is our domain name.
URL: The uniform resource locator is what you get when you bring it all together. It’s the full web address that you use to uniquely identify the website and its pages you are on. No two pages can have the same URL.