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You have 2 options for the url display of your website – with the “www” in the beginning, or without the “www”, otherwise known as a “naked domain”. That terminology itself might persuade you to lean towards the “www” version for your website, and … Continue reading
We are talking about whether your website is “www.your-website.com” or just “your-website.com” . You want your website to be accessible both ways of course, whether the user types in the “www” or not (most people won’t take the extra time … Continue reading
You can’t access your website – instead of your website being displayed you are prompted with a “Download” bar/link on your own website. If you have just changed web hosts or your website has recently gotten hacked/cleaned up this could … Continue reading