What is Domain Name?
Domain name is a unique name that works as online identity. It allows Domain Name System (DNS) computers to identify the website when Internet users are searching for it. For example: VernalWeb.info. There are different types of domain name extension i.e .com, .net, .org. me etc. Each name with a specific extension can be owned by only one person. Suppose we can talk about VernalWeb.info. If anyone purchases VernalWeb.info, no third person can get this domain unless the owner let the domain be expired or he sells to another person. Another person can purchase VernalWeb.xyz just like VernalWeb.info.
What does it mean to “register” a domain name?
When you register a domain name, you are inserting an entry into a directory of all registered domain and their corresponding computers on the Internet.
What is DNS?
DNS stands for Domain Name System. The Domain Name System (DNS) translates Internet domain and host names to IP addresses and vice versa. It is a set of specialized DNS servers that have only one purpose: they serve as a database, or to be more precise – they serve as a computer for connecting IP addresses with corresponding domain names. These servers are called name servers.
How DNS works?
The Domain Name System (DNS) is a core part of the Internet, giving an approach to coordinate names (a site you’re chasing) to numbers (the address for the site). Anything associated with the Internet – portable PCs, tablets, cell phones, sites – has an Internet Protocol (IP) address made up of numbers. Your most loved site may have an IP address like 22.214.171.124, however this is clearly difficult to recall. However a domain name, for example, gooddomain.com is something individuals can perceive and recollect. DNS adjusts area names with IP delivers empowering people to utilize noteworthy space names while PCs on the Internet can utilize IP addresses.
How much a Domain Name costs?
All domain have different prices. You can check our Domain Price here.
What is a URL?
A URL, or Uniform Resource Locator, is the address of an Internet site or website page. You can consider URL as a road address for the area of data on the Internet. For example, an entire URL like http://domainname.com/services/music, guides you toward the music page of the coolexample.com site.
Investigate the life systems of this URL to better see how they guide online clients to particular data: http://domainname.com/services/music.html
domainname = domain name
/services/music.html = path
/music.html = file name
What is a NameServer?
Nameservers are the Internet’s identical to telephone directories. A nameserver keeps up an index of area names that match certain IP addresses (Computers). The data from all the nameservers over the Internet is accumulated in a central registry.
Nameservers make it feasible for guests to get to your site utilizing a natural area name, rather than remembering a progression of numbers.
How can I renew my Domains?
- Login to your Client Area
- In the Menu section, click on the Renew Domains tab under Domains tab.
- Select the domain you want to renew
- Specify renewal period and click on the Order Now button
- Checkout and make the payment. You are down!
My domain is in “Redemption.” What does that mean?
The redemption period may last 30 days after the initial renewal grace period. You may still be able to redeem the domain during this time. The fee for reactivating a domain in the Redemption Period + the normal renewal fee has to be paid. Your domain can be redeemed by choosing to renew it from within the Domains section of the Control Panel. At the end of the Redemption Period, the domain(s) will go into a 5-day delete cycle at the end of which they will become available for anyone to register.
How long does a registration last? Can it be renewed?
Each registrar has the flexibility to offer initial and renewal registrations in one-year increments, with a total registration period limit of ten years.