ALL ABOUT DOMAIN NAMES
A domain name address basically becomes your websites location in the world wide web.
WHAT IS A DOMAIN NAME?
A Domain Name is a line of text that guides to a numeric IP address, used to get to a site from client software program.
In plain English, a domain name is the text that a user types into an internet browser window to arrive to a specific site.
For example, the domain name for Google is 'google.com'.
The domain name for Bing is 'bing.com'.
Both of those domain names lead the 2 of the worlds most used search engines.
HOW DO DOMAIN NAMES WORK?
Whenever you enter a domain name in your internet browser, it initially sends a request to a global network of servers that make up the Domain Name System (DNS).
These servers then, at that point, search for the name servers related with the domain name and forward the request to those domain name servers.
These domain name servers are PCs overseen by your hosting organization. Your host company will send your request to the computer where your sites data is stored. An example of a hosting company would be GoDaddy or Weebly.
This computer is known as a web server which has special software installed to operate in a certain function. The web server now fetches the page and snippets of data related to the searched domain name to reveal that websites information to the user.
In short, a Domain Name is your Web Address.
HOW TO REGISTER A DOMAIN NAME?
Other plans are available which can lock in your domain name for up to 5 years.
The more time you reserve for your domain name, the cheaper the cost will be per year.
We can only register your domain name for the length of our agreed contract unless a transfer of acting authority is enabled.
To get your very own Domain Name web address registered, contact World Wide Web Spinner and we will go over the details to find the right plan that will get you started on securing your own space on the internet.