What are Top-Level Domains?

A top-level domain (or TLD) is the suffix of the domain following the last dot. This is considered the top-level domain as it is the most generic.

Among the top-level domains, there are two types:
TypeExtension ExampleAbbreviation convention
Country-specific .us, .ca, .mx Restricted to a two-letter extension
Generic .com, .net, .info Minimum of three or more letters
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