How can you identify whether a website is commercial or not?

Q2. How can you identify whether a website is commercial or not?

Ans. A website can be identified whether it is a commercial or not with the help of its domain extension. Domain extension is a component of a URL which specifies the type of website. The domain extension of a URL uses standard codes to represent the type of website. For example, .com is used to specify that the Read More …

Components of a URL.

Q2. What are the main components of URL? Explain them briefly.
Ans. The four components of a URL are as follows:

  • Protocol: A protocol is a set of rules that computers use to communicate with one another over a network, such as the Internet.
  • Sub domain: WWW is the second component of the URL http://www.google.com. The term www specifies that the website that the user wants to access (Google, in this case) is on the Internet.
  • Domain name: Domain name is the third component of a URL, and represents the name of one or more computers that act as servers on the Internet.
  • Domain extension: The fourth component of the URL is domain extension, which specifies the type of website. The domain extension of a URL uses standard codes to represent the type of website.

Domain extension.

Q15. What is domain extension?
Ans. The fourth component of a URL is domain extension which specifies the type of website. The domain extension uses standard codes to represent the type of website. For example, com is used to specify that the website is created for commercial purposes. In the URL www.google.com the domain extension indicates that the website is a commercial website.