Can people in America and other countries access .co.uk websites?

June 23, 2007 6:53pm CST
This is just a general enquiry, people. If you are in America and other continents, can you view .co.uk websites? Like they're normal websites? I just wanted to know so that I don't go out and buy an unnecessary .com or .biz domain name. Cheers
2 responses
@devdevil (90)
• India
26 Jun 07
any website can be accessed from anywhere around the globe unless it has some sort of restricted access that will prevent you from viewing the website without authorization.. it does not make any diff if its co.uk or co.fr or sumthin like that.. these domains are used mostly by sites having content in the local language.. but can be used for all types of content..
29 Jun 07
That's good to know. I suppose it makes sense when you think about it.
@babostwick (2037)
• United States
24 Jun 07
I can view .co.uk with no trouble at all. It's like a regular web site so there's no trouble at all. I don't see any problems with it at all whatsoever.
24 Jun 07
Okay, cheers for that. I just want to make sure. Obviously now I can just continue using the .co.uk domain name. America's a big place and it owuld be a shame not to get visitors from there. Thanks again for your comments.