User peterh doubted my reasons and decided to engage in an edit war with me, ultimately downvoting my question. I used an image instead of the text because, as explained, I don't want my client's FQDN listed or cached in search engines because of this question. The user doesn't accept my reasoning.
Maybe he feels that there is some malicious intent on my part, but the site whose FQDN is being ommited IS listed as a client on my profile's website.
Would someone please lock this question for editing after I undelete it?
example.com(or .net, .org, or .whatever).
alt-text description is also bad for accessibility. I encourage you to make an effort to write your questions without resorting to such a bad practice. Try to rephrase the question without the specific domain name. If you really must include a domain name then try to use
example.<TLD>-style domain names instead of one that you're actually trying to keep private.