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View Full Version : CSS is obeyed, but only when URL doesn't include WWW



BrianP
07-09-2010, 12:18 AM
Hello,
I'm working on updating my portfolio site at http://www.bpope.com/TEST

Strangest thing, but the external CSS for my link color and text-decoration is only rendering properly when viewed at http://bpope.com/TEST (without the "www" included in the URL). If you view the site with the "www," the links show up as the standard underlined blue text.

Never seen this happen before, but here are a few details:

I slapped the new CSS for my links in the "greybox" stylesheet here: http://www.bpope.com/TEST/portolio/gb_styles.css

The only think I can figure is the root I list for the greybox javascript in that portfolio page header includes the "www"...but honesly, I have no clue why this is happening.

Anybody seen this before??

Any help is much appreciated :thumbsup::confused::confused:

B

Apostropartheid
07-09-2010, 12:46 AM
I see no difference. Your "greybox" stylesheet produces a 404.

abduraooft
07-09-2010, 07:51 AM
CSS is obeyed, but only when URL doesn't include WWW
btw, you should restrict either of them and set a permanent redirect to the other one, as some search engines may consider them as two different sites. Read http://no-www.org/ :)



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