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What is a Top Level Domain (TLD)?

TLDs (Top Level Domains) are technically the last suffix of a URL address, e.g. www.domain-name.com or www.domains.co.za. In the first instance the TLD is 'com and in the second it is "za" representing a Country Code, za being South Africa's ccTLD.

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