Top Level Domain in Internet domain naming conventions/protocol.
It's HN. The Internet TLD (Top Level Domain) is .hn
TLD means Top-level Domain. So...... 22 Top Level Domain??
The host name's Top Level Domain (TLD) may contain a country code, such as ".us" or ".uk". The TLD is the domain named after the final dot in the host name. Such domain names often appear as [hostname].[sub-tld].[country-code], where the sub-TLD may be ".co" or ".com", such as ".co.uk" or ".gov.us". The specific rules for a given TLD are governed by the organization that manages that TLD.
Hello,A top level domain or TLD is the highest level of a domain name. For example, the TLD of wiki.answers.com is .com.Ryan BradleyJunior Server EngineerHostMySite.comhttp://hostmysite.com/?utm_source=bb
On the Internet a .com domain name, a top level domain (TLD) usually denotes a commercial website. While this analogy is not perfect , most all commercial web sites should use this TLD, but in certain cases, such as the .com TLD is not available, A TLD such as .net, or .biz can be selected for the commercial web site's domain DNS. The TLD .com can be used by a someone for other purposes, but it does help distinguish commercial websites from non commercial websites.
The acronym TLD stands for the words Top Level Domain. TLD's are at the highest level of the Domain Name System on the the internet. They are sometimes referred to mistakenly as Internet extensions.
In the United States, the TLD for government domain names is .gov
The United-States of America TLD (Top Level Domain) is .us
The three parts of a domain name are the host record (www, @(none) or *(other)), the SLD (second level domain) and the TLD (top level domain) or ccTLD (country code top level domain). For example wiki.answers.com:wiki = host nameanswers = SLD (second level domain).com = TLD (top level domain)
dot cn The TLD (top level domain) for the country of China is ".cn"
TLD = Top-Level DomainIn a URL, the part right after the protocol (usually http or https) is the host name: for example, wiki.answers.com. The last part of that is the top-level domain, in this case .com.If the TLD has only two letters, it is a country code TLD, or ccTLD, such as .fr for France, .au for Australia, .in for India, or .za for South Africa.
".com" is a commercial Internet Top Level Domain (TLD). This is an open TLD, meaning that any person or entity is permitted to register.".gov" is a U.S. government TLD. This TLD is limited to U.S. governmental entities and agencies (mostly federal).
The last "section" of a domain name is called the "TLD" or "ccTLD". A TLD is a "Top Level Domain", including .com, .net and .org extensions. A ccTLD is a "Country Code Top Level Domain", such as .us (United States), .uk (England), .ie (Ireland), etc.
TLD or Top Level Domain
It is a form of TLD (Top Level Domain) like .com or .net.It was specifically brought in for businesses.Answer courtesy of: Cornwall Domain Agency
".com" is a commercial Internet Top Level Domain (TLD). This is an open TLD, meaning that any person or entity is permitted to register.".org" is a 'organization' TLD. This is also an open TLD, meaning that any person or entity is permitted to register, not just organizations.".gov" is a U.S. government TLD. This TLD is limited to U.S. governmental entities and agencies (mostly federal).I personally have domain names of my own that end with ".com" and some domain names ending in ".org". I can put any information on them, whether true or not. I can'tregister a ".gov" domain name myself though.So, in general, a ".gov" website provides more reliable or official information than a ".com" or a ".org". That's because a ".gov" website has to belong to a U.S. governmental entity or agency, which tend to provide more reliable information than a private individual or entity. (Of course, there are exceptions to this general rule.)
the TLD (Top Level Domain) .com means "commercial".com means commercial
The Internet TLD (Top Level Domain) country code for Italy is .it
A toplevel class certainly can be static. Static has nothing to do with the level of a class.
Dot CN was a CCdomain (country code) and was indexed as a local domain in the search engines. Now that it was categorized as TLD, it will be indexed as a globaldomain.
The top-level domain (TLD) "gov" is designated for use by the government and government organizations. Microsoft, for example, may not use microsoft.gov, because it is not a government entity, but the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), can, and does, use irs.gov, because it is a government entity and is entitled to use this TLD. Any site using the TLD "gov" is a verified government entity.
DE is the internet TLD for German websites.D is the international vehicle identification letter.
The.com TLD (top-level domain name) stands for COMmercial. Domains in .com are typically registered by for-profit companies. The .mil TLD (top-level domain name) stands for MILitary. Domains in .mil are available only to the United States military and affiliated organizations. The .org TLD (top-level domain name) stands for ORGanization. Domains in .org have traditionally been registered by not-for-profit organizations like charities and industry groups. However, anyone may register a .org domain for any purpose.