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    What is a Domain?

    What is a Domain?

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    Domain names are used to identify one or more IP addresses.

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    The “domain” is the part of the website URL that comes after the http:// or https://. The domain is your website’s internet address. It designates your “property” on the worldwide web

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    Domain name is the name of your website. Domain name is the identity of your website on internet.

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    A website domain is the name of the website or URL and is sometimes called the hostname. The hostname is a more memorable name to stand in for the numeric, and hard to remember, IP address of a website.

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    When referring to an Internet address or name a domain or domain name is the location of a website. For example, the domain name "google.com" points to the IP address "216.58.216.164". Generally, it's easier to remember a name rather than a long string of numbers.

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    Domain is the main name or niche of your website. A domain name is the address where Internet users can access your website

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    A domain, in the context of networking, refers to any group of users, workstations, devices, printers, computers and database
    servers that share different types of data via network resources. There are also many types of subdomains.

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