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Does http://tulpa.info take you to the normal site?

 

Yes, only the www version of the URL leads IE to the tulpa.info.txt section of the site. Thank you for replying so quickly.

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My Firefox does the same thing. At the moment it's 19.0.2 for 64-bit Linux.

 

The www version is on the new web host that Pleeb is still setting up, and the non-www version is on the old one.


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Didn't know a website could run without WWW....

 

Plenty do; twitter is an example. There's some good reasons why it should be used, however.

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Never come across a website that had to use "www"...

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Never come across a website that had to use "www"...

 

Here are some decent technical reasons (the static.example.com is a neat one).

 

Really though, the reason we're using 'www' is structure; since we're moving from having everything on one domain to multiple subdomains, we don't want to leave anything naked. For example, the wiki will be on wiki.tulpa.info, the new community forums will reside on community.tulpa.info, we'll have article.tulpa.info up soon, and the main site will be on www.tulpa.info (you can see the whole structure in one of the announcement sites).

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WWW's are out of fashion. Many webmasters are redirecting the WWW's to the root of the domain for this reason.

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