What is the last part of a URL?
The last part of a URL is called a top-level domain name (TLD). TLDs identify different types of websites. Here are some common TLDs and what they stand for:
commercial (business) site
Internet administrative site
U.S. government agency
In addition to the TLDs listed above, individual countries or regions have their own TLDs. For example, .ca is the TLD for Canada.