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A domain name is an alpha-numeric Internet address, formed by the name that you have chosen and a TLD (Top Level Domain). A domain name is most often used to name a website (such as www.kidswebsitecreator.com) or an email address (example@kidswebsitecreator.com). In these examples, 'kidswebsitecreator.com' is the domain name; 'Kids Website Creator' the chosen name and 'com' the TLD.

A domain name (like kidswebsitecreator.com) is easier to remember than an IP address (such as 146.101.249.107). Moreover, the domain name does not change according to the place where your web or e-mail data is actually hosted: you can change your hosting company or your Internet access provider without having to change the name of your website or your e-mail address.

In terms of syntax, a domain name must contain less than 63 alphanumeric characters (no spaces); domain names are not case-sensitive.

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