Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 18th Apr 2010 11:57 UTC, submitted by Anonymous
Google Now this is something that I find really interesting. We all know and love Google Chrome/Chromium (and if you don't, you're demonstrably wrong), but Google recently made a change in the developer version that ruffled some feathers: the URL field will no longer show the "http://". This made a lot of people very upset.
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RE[4]:Drop www. ?? - NO
by porcel on Sun 18th Apr 2010 17:44 UTC in reply to "RE[3]:Drop www. ?? - NO"
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That´s easy. Because and are two different addresses.

If you are using Apache as the webserver you will need to define an alias for both of them or the site will only answer the one that is defined.

It´s not your browser or your OS. Having said that, it is dumb of a web site admin not to define both.

Hope that helps.

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