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You're much better off doing a redirect from non-www to www. There is no need for canonical and no need for Javascript. If you have apache with mod_rewrite installed, then in the main apache configuration file, you can add these lines: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^example\.com$ [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.example.com/$1 [R=301,L] Of ...


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UPDATE: iPage replied. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused you. Your account has exceeded the MySQL query limit. This is the reason your website is redirecting to the installation page. The best way to resolve this is by making necessary changes to the website and making sure that your website will not exceed the query limit. Also, ...


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There are many technical reasons for using www over no-www, the most obvious one is no-www's cookies are sent to all subdomains, which will slow down static content even if you use static. subdomain. More details here: http://www.yes-www.org/why-use-www/ As for why your no-www is really slow, it depends on many factors, your sysadmin got to diagnose it. ...


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Don't mind, I solved it! It was enough add the define( 'NOBLOGREDIRECT', '' ); in wp-config.php right below the multisite rules! I managed to insert my website homepage between '' To explain it better: if you insert a url between the '', when an user goes to a not exsisting subdomain such hello.example.com, he'll be redirected to the url you inserted; ...



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