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Content Appearing in CNAME "www" not in root domain

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As of late, we have been seeing cases where some of you have been posting multiple types of questions within a singular type of topic...

This makes searching here a nightmare for people whom are attempting to find out whether or not their question has already been asked, or possibly even answered. Therefore, I would like to implement some very basic rules, which I think everybody will be happy with, given that they will lead to better search results.

  1. All public communication is done in English
  2. ONE question per topic
  3. Make the title descriptive
  4. If it's regarding a theme: make sure you mention the theme name.
  5. Leave a URL to your site, since sometimes, custom "hacks" and CSS will be uniqe to your site.

I believe that these simple rules will not only make our lives easier, but also the lives of our visitors :D

I am of the opinion that ignoring these requests will make it harder for us all.
Plus, we won't be able to actually mark an issue/topic as solved, since it would be more difficult to determine what we're actually trying to solve! For example: Are we addressing the first, second or third question?
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Content Appearing in CNAME "www" not in root domain

Postby anugrah » Sun 01 Jul 2018, 04:58

Hey there,

To further clarify the problem, when I upload images or post a new essay. It comes out in the website. But not in the CMS itself. For images I would have to set the filter to photos to see it. Or look at last import. And for essays, it's simply not there. Unless, I change my url to https://www.erfianugrah.com instead of just https://erfianugrah.com. This problem suddenly appeared and I don't quite know why, I've tried a variety of solutions and nothing seem to work. So I don't know what the actual problem is. The domain is from Hover, I'm hosting on DigitalOcean on the Docker one-click-app and the SSL is by Cloudflare.
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Re: Content Appearing in CNAME "www" not in root domain

Postby Bjarne Varöystrand » Wed 04 Jul 2018, 21:51

Now I have visited both the URL's, with FF, Chrome and IE, all in private windows to ensure nothing get's cached: and everything looks good! :?
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