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  Domain Name Help and Domain Name Glossary from GoECart Ecommerce Solution
When you register a domain name, you are inserting an entry into a directory of all the domain names and their corresponding computers on the Internet.
This individual or organization holds the right to use that specific domain name for a specified period of time, provided certain conditions are met and the registration fees are paid.
It is that portion of the domain name that appears immediately to the left of the top-level domain.
www.goecart.com /domain-name-terms-glossary.asp   (959 words)

  
  Domain name - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Domains of third or higher level are also known as subdomains, though this term technically applies to a domain of any level, since even a top-level domain is a "subdomain" of the "root" domain (a "zeroth-level" domain that is designated by a dot alone).
As domain names became attractive to marketers, rather than just the technical audience for which they were originally intended, they began to be used in manners that in many cases did not fit in their intended structure.
The popularity of domain names also led to uses which were regarded as abusive by established companies with trademark rights; this was known as cybersquatting, in which somebody took a name that resembled a trademark in order to profit from traffic to that address.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Domain_name   (1912 words)

  
 Tips on How to Choose a Good Domain Name for Your Website Or Business (thesitewizard.com)
Naming your site after your domain may seem obvious to some of you, but you'll be surprised to learn that not every website is named after the domain name even when the webmaster owns that domain name.
Naming a site after its domain name is important, for the simple reason that when people think of your website, they'll think of it by name.
Some argue that shorter domain names are easier to remember, easier to type and far less susceptible to mistakes: for example, "getit.com" is easier to remember and less prone to typos than "connecttomywebsiteandobtainit.com".
www.thesitewizard.com /archive/domainname.shtml   (2234 words)

  
 InterNIC | FAQs on the Domain Names, Registrars, and Registration
When you register a domain name, you are inserting an entry into a directory of all the domain names and their corresponding computers on the Internet.
Domain names ending with.aero,.biz,.com,.coop,.info,.museum,.name,.net,.org, or.pro can be registered through many different companies (known as "registrars") that compete with one another.
The rules and policies for registering domain names in the ccTLDs vary significantly and some are reserved for use by citizens of the corresponding country.
www.internic.net /faqs/domain-names.html   (1109 words)

  
 Domain Name Disputes (BitLaw)
In order to register a second level domain name under a top-level domain, a request must be made to the organization that has the power to assign names for that top-level domain.
When a company finds that the domain name corresponding to their corporate name or product trademark is owned by someone else, the company can either choose a different name or fight to get the domain name back from its current owners.
It was sometimes difficult to present a strong case under the traditional principals of trademark law, especially when the party seeking to obtain a domain name either could not prove a likelihood of confusion (which is required under trademark law) or was a famous individual who never technically established trademark rights in their name.
www.bitlaw.com /internet/domain.html   (2483 words)

  
 Domain Name Essentials | An Introduction to Domain Names
Domain names are attached to DNS (Domain Naming System) servers, which are used to translate numeric addresses (known as IP, or Internet Protocol, addresses) into words.
Domain names are typically categorized by their extension, which is their identifying code.
Domain names with the.com extension are by far the most popular, and can be purchased by any individual or business.
www.thewhir.com /find/domain-names/guides/intro.cfm   (558 words)

  
 What is a domain name?
Domain names were invented to fill a similar need on the Internet.
This is because all domain names are recorded in a central database, and each record in the database must be unique.
It is not possible to own a domain name outright, and you will have to pay a periodic renewal fee to keep this "right to use" your domain name.
www.igoldrush.com /intro2.htm   (598 words)

  
 Domain Name Tutorial, Domain Name Marketing Strategy, Facts, Tutorials, Articles, Web Hosting
We'll cover the definition, the origins and the history of the domain name system, and then move to their role in site promotion and finally the procedures for choosing and the actual process to register your domain.
A domain name is the second-level domain, in alpha and or numerical form that is part of a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) that tells the DNS (Domain Name System) where to locate documents, organizations or resources on the Internet.
The domain name must be combined with a TLD (top-level-domain) like.com and must be unique to the TLD.
www.devnic.com /tutorials/domain_name_tutorial.html   (1516 words)

  
 eNom - domain name registration, domains, com, net, org - DOMAINS
Purchasing a domain name from eNom provides more features, are easier to manage and are backed by a knowledgeable support team available 7 days a week.
Each domain name utilizes eNom's state of the art dynamic DNS servers.
While most companies back their domain names with one or two servers, eNom domain names are backed by five giant servers in five different locations worldwide, resulting in greater reliability and speed.
www.enom.com /domains   (626 words)

  
 Domain Name Basics: An Introduction - webreference.com
Domain names must be at least two characters long and no more than 63 characters maximum, excluding the top level domain.
It is important to keep track of the renewal period because if the domain name is not renewed, it can be registered by anyone for their own use.
During the registration process you will be asked where you want the domain name to "point." This is the IP address of the server where your Web site will be located and there should be a primary and secondary server.
www.webreference.com /content/domains/names   (1279 words)

  
 Domain Name Handbook: DOMAIN DISPUTE INDEX
Click on a domain name to go to a short summary of the dispute, with links the parties involved, news reports, and legal documents (when available).
It is clear that nothing in trademark law requires that title to domain names that incorporate trademarks or portions of trademarks be provided to trademark holders.
To hold otherwise would create an immediate and indefinite monopoly to all famous mark holders on the Internet, by which they could lay claim to all.com domain names which are arguably 'the same' as their mark.
www.domainhandbook.com /dd.html   (201 words)

  
 Choosing a Domain Name , Domain Name Resources
Choosing a domain name that is easy to remember may help in discounting the efforts spent by your prospects in coming back to your store.
In case you require a domain name that comprises of more then one word, do not use space or any other divider, like hyphens or underscore, to differentiate the words.
However, the domain name may be given a priority over the domain extension.
www.goecart.com /choosing-domain-name.asp   (492 words)

  
 Domain Name Registration with Hostway
Having your own domain name is the first step to building an online presence.
Whether you're looking to find that perfect domain name, transferring or renewing an existing domain name, Hostway can help you with your domain name needs.
DomainGuard helps protect against malicious changes to your domain by requiring a special password to change critical settings.
www.hostway.com /domain-name/index.html   (202 words)

  
 Domain name system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While domain names in the DNS have no restrictions on the characters they use and can include non-ASCII characters, the same is not true for host names.
Host names are restricted to a small subset of the ASCII character set that includes the Roman alphabet in upper and lower case, the digits 0 through 9, the dot, and the hyphen.
In the United States, the "Truth in Domain Names Act", in combination with the PROTECT Act, forbids the use of a misleading domain name with the intention of attracting people into viewing a visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct on the Internet.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Domain_Name_System   (4174 words)

  
 What is domain name? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
Domain names are used in URLs to identify particular Web pages.
Every domain name has a suffix that indicates which top level domain (TLD) it belongs to.
Because the Internet is based on IP addresses, not domain names, every Web server requires a Domain Name System (DNS) server to translate domain names into IP addresses.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/D/domain_name.html   (525 words)

  
 >> Domain Mart: Domain Name Broker and Registration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
However, domain names cannot begin or end with a hyphen.
The domain name then resolves to an IP address and displays the web page in exactly the same way as an English domain name would.
Domain names are registered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
www.domainmart.com /DomainNames/information/FAQ-multiingual.htm   (722 words)

  
 Howstuffworks "How Domain Name Servers Work"
Domain name servers, or DNS, are an incredibly important but completely hidden part of the Internet, and they are fascinating.
Human-readable names like "howstuffworks.com" are easy for people to remember, but they don't do machines any good.
Every time you use a domain name, you use the Internet's domain name servers (DNS) to translate the human-readable domain name into the machine-readable IP address.
computer.howstuffworks.com /dns.htm   (653 words)

  
 ICANN | Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy
Disputes alleged to arise from abusive registrations of domain names (for example, cybersquatting) may be addressed by expedited administrative proceedings that the holder of trademark rights initiates by filing a complaint with an approved dispute-resolution service provider.
Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy -- This policy is followed by all registrars.
Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy -- These rules are followed by all dispute-resolution service providers, with supplementation by each provider's supplemental rules.
www.icann.org /udrp/udrp.htm   (239 words)

  
 DNS Resources Directory (DNSRD)
The Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed internet directory service.
DNS is used mostly to translate between domain names and IP addresses, and to control email delivery.
Domain Survey, counting the number of hosts in the DNS
www.dns.net /dnsrd   (243 words)

  
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