The World Wide Web employs unique numbers known as IP addresses and every device or web site that is a part of the Web has this kind of an address. It really is very difficult to remember to go to 220.127.116.11 to load a website though, so a significantly easier structure was launched in the 1980s - domains. Each and every domain includes a main part plus an extension, to give an example domain.com or domain.co.uk. Plenty of extensions exist globally - some of them are given to countries, such as .co.uk in the abovementioned example, which is assigned to the United Kingdom, while others are generic, such as .com or .net. A number of extensions are available for registration by every entity and others have specific requirements - company registration, local presence, and so on. You're able to get a brand new domain through a registrar company such as ours and when the extension supports domain transfers, you're able to shift an existing domain between registrars as well.