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  1. Arti says:

    Can you imagine how difficult everything would be if we, humans, weren’t so prone to giving names to things? Can you imagine how difficult everything would be if we, humans, weren’t so prone to giving names to things? Everything would be a “this” or a “that,” and the amount of pointing we’d have to do with our fingers would surely cause an epidemic of sprains and other repetitive use injuries. Everything would be a “this” or a “that,” and the amount of pointing we’d have to do with our fingers would surely cause an epidemic of sprains and other repetitive use injuries. However you see it called, you’ll probably end up thinking about it as the name part of the domain name. However you see it called, you’ll probably end up thinking about it as the name part of the domain name. To the left of the TLD is the domain, root domain, or second-level domain. To the left of the TLD is the domain, root domain, or second-level domain. alternative sources will disagree on which parts of the URL are a domain name. alternative sources will disagree on which parts of the URL are a domain name. Others would say that, for example, only the “wikipedia” part of Wikipedia’s URL is the domain name. Others would say that, for example, only the “wikipedia” part of Wikipedia’s URL is the domain name. a few would go so far as to include the protocol — the “http://” or, increasingly, “https://” that comes at the very start of the URL. a few would go so far as to include the protocol — the “http://” or, increasingly, “https://” that comes at the very start of the URL. Now that you can recognize all the parts of a domain name and have a few idea how to come up with one, it’s the perfect time to find out how they work. Now that you can recognize all the parts of a domain name and have a few idea how to come up with one, it’s the perfect time to find out how they work.

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