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    A domain extension or domain suffix is the last part of a domain name and is often referred to as a "top-level domain" or TLD. Popular domain suffixes include ".com," ".net," and ".org," but there are dozens of domain suffixes approved by ICANN.

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    Domain Extension is the notation at the end of the web address which gives us an information about the category or country, the web address belongs to.

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    Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) established the first six domain extensions: .com, .edu, .gov, .mil, .org, and .net. Shortly after, the first two-character country code domain extensions (like .uk and .us) were established. In 1988, .int was also introduced.

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    Domain extension - the letters that come after the dot to the right of any domain name.
    The domain is the foundation of your website.

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    Domain Extensions are the category of the internet or suggest the country codes. These are the notations used last in the domain name like .com, co.uk etc.

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