This is an overview of guides that Norid has written on various domain name related topics.More about Guides
How many Norwegian domain names are there? How many new domain names are registered and how many are deleted? Who are the biggest registrars for Norwegian domain names? On this page you can find statistics about the Norwegian domain marked.More about Statistics
In order for us to be safe online, a complicated puzzle of security measures must fit together just right. An extension of the domain name system, which makes sure you get to the right place when you enter a web page, is one such security measure. If you wanted to go to myfavouritebank.no, you can be sure that that’s where you end up if this mechanism has been activated.More about Secure online communication
Norwegian domain names end in .no and are only available to Norwegian organizations and private individuals. There are hundreds of these so-called top-level domains in the world, and many of them are available to Norwegians. What’s the difference?More about Are there any differences between Norwegian domain names and others?
Check out the links below for more detailed information about various topics related to domain names. If you have a special interest in technical issues, we recommend the dedicated section for technical reading.More about In-depth reading
These are the terms and conditions for Norwegian domain names.More about Domain name policy for .no
A top-level domain is a domain name’s “last name”. For Norwegian domain names, it is .no, for Swedish ones .se, etc. In addition to the country code top-level domains, there are also so-called generic top-level domains, such as .com, .org and .google. In principle, a top-level domain can be .anything.More about All of the world’s top-level domains