What is a Domain Name?
A domain name is an easy-to-recognize string of characters associated with the IP address of the website.
It is the part of a website’s URL that comes after the https://www. and before the first slash. For example, in the URL
https://example.com/, example.com is the domain name.
Think of the domain name as the address of a website. When you want to visit a website, you enter its domain name (address) into your browser.
Domain names are unique to the website they lead to. They often consist of letters, though they may also include numbers and hyphens. The point of a domain name is to provide a memorable and recognizable address for websites on the internet. That way, users can easily access and navigate to specific websites.