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Drupal can help you achieve exactly this, with its inbuilt user types, permissions, content creation kit and rules module or workflow.
You can either achieve (customize) that from a basic bootstrap template for your favorite CMS (because this kind of design is very basic and common), or pick a template like Strapped (really basic, require some work), or Creative, MeetGavern, or Simplicity, from GavickPro (www.gavick.com) for Joomla.
These three websites doesn't have a particular template for code. This is not because they have a similar rendering (full screen rendering...) that they use a template like a CMS or something else.
It's possible that the DNS server you are accessing has not updated yet to reflect the proper mapping. It can take many hours for all dns server across the web to update with new configurations. Try accessing the site from different sources (computer on different internet service providers) Or use a proxy server to surf to the site. I believe this could be ...
You can use a simple HTTP redirect to remove the "www". Twitter for example uses a HTTP 302 (Moved temporarily) redirect to point http://www.twitter.com to http://twitter.com (and then a HTTP 301 (Moved permanently) to redirect to https://twitter.com). Depending on your web server, there should be configuration options for this. In Apache, for example, ...
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