Emoji (えもじ, 絵文字) was initially adopted by Japanese mobile phones.
INFOBAR 2, this mobile phone was released in Japan in 2007.
Later it was included in Unicode.
With this you can now use Emoji.
Are you using Google Chrome? Please right click on address or form.
There is “Emoji” in that menu.
Because Emoji is adopted by Unicode, it can also be used as a domain name!
Many of the country domains(ccTLD) are restricted to the language of that country. In this case, Emoji domain can not be registered.
Currently in the address frame of the browser, Emoji domain is displayed in Punycode.
It will be displayed as https://xn–ll8h.tk instead of https://🎴.tk.
The browser treats Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) as follows:
See also the following specification for handling Unicode strings:
Google Search can display emoji domain!
This has the advantage of registering enough Emoji domains.
Registration of the emoji domain is possible for the following domains:
There may be other domains that can be registered, but that is not official.
The emoji domain registration site is limited:
This you can register of Emoji domain for free. but please note the following points:
You can also purchase the Freenom domain.
It will not have to worry about the above cautions.
ZEIT Now (now.sh) is hosting employed by 🎴.tk.
You can easily publish the Web with the now command by Now CLI.
Or you can deploy from a committed source in cooperation with GitHub.
Of course you can also use Emoji.now.sh!
The only point to pay attention to is to specify the domain name with now.json or now alias command with Punycode.
ZEIT has provided new DNS since January 2019:
DNS set by domain is different, DNS to be set up is obtained with the “now alias” command or E-mail.
[a-f].zeit.world is an old DNS. This DNS will be useless afterwards!
After that you can use it like ASCII subdomain.now.sh and custom domains.
Do you like publishing the web with Netlify?
You can use Emoji domain with Netlify.
but you can not set IDN.netlify.com. It is limited to custom domains.
Please use Punycode for Emoji domain.
You can use other functions like ASCII domain.
Of course you can choose GitHub Pages instead!
Please enter Punycode in the Custom domain field. (Setting - GitHub Pages)
Other than that, You can use it like ASCII custom domains.
Do you like raccoon dog(tanuki) more than cats and octopuses?
Do you like Google more than Microsoft?
I understood. You are a GitLab faction better than GitHub.
Of course GitLab Pages can also use emoji domain!
Please specify domain name with Punycode. This is the only caution.
By the way, by making the user name with Punycode, you can make emoji sub domain.
The following service can handle Emoji domain properly:
Fortunately, there is no need to convert to Punycode.
These services recognize emoji domains.
Also, even if you enter in Punycode
it will be converted to emoji domain and displayed.
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