What are IDNs?
An Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) is a domain name which uses non-ASCII characters like ö á ü 无线电 라디오. The ASCII-compatible encoding (ACE) standard is called "Punycode". IDNs are registered in ASCII characters, however, browsers convert the ...
How do I request a domain Restore?
To restore a domain name please follow the steps outlined below: Log into your account Click on the "Restore Domains" link under the "Domain Manager Account Settings Enter the domain name in the open field Select the extension from the pull-down menu ...
Forgot to renew and domain is no longer in the account.
Depending on the specific extension of the domain name (e.g., .NET in iDotz.Net), the domain may still be restorable. Please refer to the Knowledgebase article titled 'How do I request a domain Restore?' for the process details.
What web browsers work with IDNs?
Nearly all modern Web Browsers support IDNs: - Chome - Firefox - Mozilla - Opera - Apple Safari - Microsoft IE/Edge
What languages are supported?
Since availability of languages is dependent upon Unicode, it would be best to answer this question in Unicode terms from the Unicode site. Many scripts (especially Latin) are used for a very large number of languages. The easiest answer is that ...