Domain Names Explained
TLD is an abbreviation, which means “Top-Level Domain”, and SLD is an acronym, which denotes “Second-Level Domain”. For instance, in the domain name “my-domain.com”, the Top-Level Domain is “.com” and the Second-Level Domain is “my-domain”.
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