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site appearing differently with 'www' and without 'www'

Posted on 2011-03-14
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the footer at the bottom of my page looks differently depending on whether I use www before the site name

http://www.teamfishel.com/

http://teamfishel.com/

Why is this?

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Question by:elliottbenzle
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jawa29 earned 500 total points
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Looks excactly the same to me, try deleting your internet explorer history etc..

Jawa29
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by:enachemc
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they appear alike
see that you are not redirected to some other IP( router, hosts file)
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by:music2myear1
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Ditto what Jawa29 said. There do not appear to be any differences with either link.

If the issue persists, there are ways to redirect all traffic coming in as non-www to be redirected to the www url, then just make sure all your structure and content links (linked css and the like) are consistently using the www when appropriate.
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by:csePixelated
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I agree with the above comments, identical in chrome, fire-fox and Internet explorer. you may also check  the hosts file on the pc you are viewing from.
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by:elliottbenzle
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Not sure what was causing that, but now it looks the same for me as well. Thanks for looking.
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