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    www redirect

    Not a bug per-se, but has caused me some nuisance on different browsers that the site does not always redirect to the 'www' version.

    If you visit https://mcarterbrown.com the site comes up, but any subsequent action redirects to https://www.mcarterbrown.com

    This has lead to some weirdness where the browser remembers the non-www version of the site (which I am not logged into) , and then visiting a link directs me to the 'www' version, upon which I am logged in.
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    Thanks. I'll take a look to see if this something in vbulletin or in the config files for the web server. Not sure at the moment.

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      #3
      Now this is strange. If you go into your address bar and delete the "www" you'll get this page without the current theme applied. At least that's I'm getting.

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        #4
        I think I'm using the default theme anyway, but that may be because you're getting logged out. When you delete the 'www' I would expect that your login also goes away. Though! Since you're under the hood, you may have used the site before www, and have a login cookie there anyway.

        Edit: Is this Apache? I think the www force can go into the .htaccess
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          Yeah, it's Apache. I haven't logged into the back end and tinkered with any of the Apache files since we went live on the new server back in July. Carter and I have split up some of the config tasks over the past months. He did all the vbulletin config and I did most of the server stuff. I haven't poked around yet to see what's what. I thought the force https was already in there.

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