How do domain names?
Although the concept of a domain name seems simple enough to use a sequence v of the words in order to identify the web address "behind the scenes" is much more action. All this happens because the domain name is not the true address of the website, but rather it serves as a mask, which makes it easier to remember the true address of the website.
Domain names are attached to the servers DNS (Domain Name System), which are used to translate numeric addresses (known as IP, or Internet Protocol, addresses) into words. Every site you visit on the network, but his name has a numeric IP address, which is the real address of the site on the Internet.
Each domain name must be attached to the server DNS, and it is the responsibility of the owner of the domain (most registrars and Web hosts are willing to take this responsibility on yourself). In the world there is no single central registry for DNS information, when users enter the domain name in their browsers, then all the work on processing the request falls on the shoulders of the server's DNS, which is the site address. Then, the DNS server provides the browser with the actual IP address, of course, if it exists, otherwise, the server sends an error message or redirects the user somewhere else.
Once the IP address has been defined, the user can interact with the Web server to gain access to specific pages. Despite the fact that this process is specific and complicated, we give a general description of it here:
1. The browser determines which protocol (the language client machine that is used to negotiate with servers) should be used. As examples of the protocols can result in: FTP, which translated to English means File Transfer Protocol, and HTTP, which translates as Hypertext Transfer Protocol.
2. The browser sends a request to a web server GET, to find the address that they gave him. For example, when a user enters http://www.example.com/1.jpg, the browser sends a GET 1.jpg command example.com and waits for a response. Then the server responds to browser requests. It confirms the existence of the address, finds the necessary files, runs the appropriate scripts, exchanges cookies if necessary, and returns the results back to the browser. If the server can not locate the file, it sends the client an error message.
3. The browser translates the data into HTML and displays the results.
This process is repeated until such time as the client browser leaves the site.
When you buy a domain name, you should be able to edit your DNS information as often as you want. Remember my username as DNS servers point users - where they should go, if you need to update your DNS information and you can not access your control panel, users will never find your web site.
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What is a domain name?
In short, the domain name is a facade - a sequence of words that users type in the address bar of your browser to visit your site, but that is not a valid address of your site on the web.
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Note: Always ask for the opinion a lawyer if you have any doubts about the acquisition of the domain name.
How do domain names?
Although the concept of a domain name seems simple enough to use a sequence v of the words in order to identify the web address "behind the scenes" is much more action.