[Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)]

What is a domain name?

When we say domain name, we usually refer to the main part of the domain system. A domain name serves as an address of your website. It is part of the URL or link. For example, the domain name of filtalk.org is filtalk. Similarly, if you pick a website address such as yourname.com, the domain name is yourname. This should not be confused with the website title. The website title and website domain name is often the same, but you can have it differently. However, companies make it the same so that it becomes easy to remember.

What is a subdomain?

A subdomain is a part of the website address, which comes before the main domain name. For instance, if you choose our subdomain plan, your chosen domain name will come before filtalk.org. Example, if you choose your name as your subdomain name, your website will look like this: yourname.filtalk.org.

What is TLD (Top Level Domain)?

The TLD or Top-Level Domain is a part of the whole domain system. We usually describe it as an extention of the whole domain. Some of its examples include .com, .org, .net, and .space, which are also included in your TLD options when you avail of our web hosting service. Specifically, in filtalk.org, the TLD is .org.

What is an AutoDJ?

An autoDJ is a special feature of a radio hosting service that enables you to broadcast or run your radio without streaming anything by yourself. You can schedule a playlist, or even songs and commercial cycle.