One of the main topics Dofo publishes is guides. In this category, we write articles as a guide on various topics related to the domain names.
The first article in this category is about IDN (Internationalized domain names). We can use non-Latinized characters in DNS (Domain Name System) via IDN. So, almost all languages have become available on the Internet.
The second article is ccTLDs, country code top level domain. There are 2 types of TLDs. One of them is gTLD (generic top-level domain) and the other is ccTLD (country code top-level domain). For example, extensions such as .com, .net, .org, .london, .xyz are gTLDs. On the other hand, all countries have a 2-letter country code. We called them ccTLDs. For instance, .de, which is the most registered ccTLD, is Germany’s ccTLD.
Other articles we published in this category were Domain Status Codes and the guide to choosing the correct domain.
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