What is TLD and types of TLDs?
TLD (top-level domain) is the suffix or extension tied to a website. Most of the websites use the top-level domain com, commonly called “dot” com.Other common TLDs are net, org, and edu.
Types of TLDs are:
1. Generic Top-Level Domains (gTLD):
Some examples include “.edu” for educational sites and .”com” for commercial sites.
2. Country-Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLD):
Every ccTLD recognizes a specific country and it is generally two letters long. For example, the ccTLD for Australia is “.au” and for India is “.in”
3. Sponsored Top-Level Domains (sTLD):
The sTLD is supervised by private organization.
4. Infrastructure Top-Level Domains:
The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority controls this TLD