When I went to ping some of my Hubs, I noticed there was no WWW-why?
It's called a "Cannonical URL", meaning it makes either www. or non www the default in order to stop duplicate content. In the eyes of some search engines content on:
IS considered identical and therefore duplicate. Enforcing a canonical URL ensures that it isn't flagged and penalized. It's an SEO technique.
I hope that's what you were referring to Gma
Thanks thooghun, I too have learned something new today.
Don't you still need the http:// either way? (or https:// when that applies)
Glad to have been of use Yes byhearon, the http:// still applies.
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