The Images module can be used to store image data for a domain name or email address.
An example record is shown below.
As stored in the DNS
This shows an example Images record stored minified in the DNS:
Unpacked and Developer Friendly
This shows an example Images record after it's been unpacked using the record configuration file:
This module has a simple specification, implementations should be built based on the examples above and the information below.
|name||The name of the entity, e.g. "John Smith" or "NUM Example Ltd".||Yes|
|type||This is an object that provides the entity type, valid types are detailed below.||Yes|
|identifier||An identifier that is unique to the entity in their country of registration (e.g. company registration number).||No|
|address||The address, not including the postcode / zip or country. Addresses lines can be split using the caret (
|postcode_zip||A postal code, the name varies by country but is often known as post code or zip code.||No|
|country||The country code in ISO 3166-1 alpha 2 format. For an individual this should be their country of residence, for companies it should be the country the company is registered in.||Yes|
The WhoHas module does not set out to describe every possible entity type worldwide because this is a very complex area . The module has a much more limited set of categories described in the table below:
|3||Government / State|