A domain name is a unique string of characters that identifies a website or other resource on the internet. It is typically made up of a combination of a word or phrase, and a top-level domain (TLD) such as .com, .net, or .org.
For example, in the domain name “www.example.com,” “example” is the domain name, and “.com” is the TLD. A domain name is used to access a website or other online resource through a web browser by typing the domain name into the address bar. It is also used to identify and locate servers and other resources on the internet.