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site_www_prefix_issues [2016/05/21 17:19]
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-Sometimes **www.mysite.com** and **mysite.com** can react as different domains. If you type in your URL using the www prefix but you have your site's baseurl defined without the the www prefix in the "​**includes/​defines.inc.php**"​ file, it can cause potential issues such as logging a user out when navigating the site, or during the registration process when a user attempts to select their state it continues to try and load but never does.+Sometimes **www.mysite.com** and **mysite.com** can react as different domains. If you type in your URL using the www prefix but you have your site's baseurl defined without the the www prefix in the "​**includes/​defines.inc.php**"​ file, it can cause potential issues such as logging a user out when navigating the site, or during the registration process when a user attempts to select their state and/or city it continues to try and load but never does.
  
-You can force the WWW prefix to be included in your domain URL so your site doesn'​t create any potential conflicts as being viewed as 2 different domains with WWW and non-WWW prefixes. It's always not necessary but depending on how your domain and server are configured it'​s ​recommended that you include this in your .htaccess file just to ensure there'​s no potential conflicts on how your URL gets resolved. ​+You can force the WWW prefix to be included in your domain URL so your site doesn'​t create any potential conflicts as being viewed as 2 different domains with WWW and non-WWW prefixes. It's always not necessary but depending on how your domain and server are configured it'​s ​best to include this in your .htaccess file just to ensure there'​s no potential conflicts on how your URL gets resolved. ​
  
 Open your **.htaccess** file and add the following code: Open your **.htaccess** file and add the following code:
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