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Q. What is a TLD (top level domain)?
What is a TLD (top level domain)?
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TLD is an acryonym for TOP LEVEL Domain.
The TLD is the rightmost part of a domain after the last "dot".
It is best illustrated with examples:
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www.AskAboutDomains.com <-- COM is the TLD.
www.Verruca.mx <-- MX is the TLD. In this case, MX is also a ccTLD.
www.HotTo.uk.com <-- COM is the TLD.