gTLD (generic Top-Level Domain)

A general-purpose domain name on the internet. In 1997, seven new gTLDs were created: .firm, .store, .web, .arts, .rec, .info and .nom. It was suggested the international TLDs (ie .com, .net and .org) be redefined as gTLDs. Example: Code9 Shopping Cart Software uses '.com'

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