Domain names can contain up to 63 characters, allowing you to register domains that reflect your product names, campaigns, or slogans in most cases.
Domain names cannot begin or end with a hyphen.
You can use a combination of numbers, letters and hyphens, example: open24-7.com.au.
Can I use an ampersand in a domain name?
No. Unfortunately you can’t use ampersands (&) as part of your domain name. Characters that you can use in your domain name include letters, numbers and hyphens.
IS & allowed in domain name?
The characters allowed in a domain name include letters (abc), numbers (123), and dashes/hyphens (—). No spaces are allowed and the domain name can’t begin or end with dash/hyphen.
Which are not allowed in domain names?
ANSWER: Regardless of the extension, all domain names must follow the same character rules You can use letters (abc), numbers (123) and dashes/hyphens (—). Spaces are not allowed and the domain can’t begin or end with a dash.
What are valid domain names?
A valid domain name character is that which contains a set of alphanumeric ASCII characters (i.e., a-z, A-Z), numbers (i.e. 0-9) and dashes (-) or a combination all of these. It’s a domain name that has the valid characters and length. It mostly has a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 63 characters.