What is a Domain Name?

This article briefly explains the basics behind the anatomy of a domain name. 

A domain name is intended to be a friendly and memorable "nickname" to the true technical address of a web host (for example 
FernGullyGraphics.com is the domain name for an IP address on a server. This is so that when visiting a website you can simply enter the nickname (FernGullyGraphics.com) instead of a hard to remember IP address.

Hopefully you have found this article useful, if have any questions regarding domain names, please do not hesitate to contact us at your convieience.

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