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www and no-www Website

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P4rD0nM3

Recruiter

01-06-2010

I just wanted you guys to know that http://www.leagueoflegends.com and leagueoflegends.com are considered as two different websites. Not having the www makes your certificate invalid (since it was only issued for http://www.leagueoflegends.com and not *.leagueoflegends.com) which might cause some problems to some users even though they can always just accept it and make an exception.


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AkaCorrupt

Senior Member

01-06-2010

They are not different websites. I don't think i have used www when typing in links for a long time now,


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P4rD0nM3

Recruiter

01-06-2010

To a user they are not, I mean essentially they are the same...but technically they are different. Do you get it? Their webmaster should understand what I'm talking about here. Their certificate is only for 'www' not for *.leagueoflegends.com. That's why when you you use https, you'll get an invalid certificate.

Go to...

https://leagueoflegends.com/accounts

You'll see what I mean unless you already made an exemption.


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