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Re: Yahoo's URL

 
 
Justin
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      12-07-2009
John wrote on [Sun, 06 Dec 2009 13:38:31 -0600]:
> I noticed recently in Yahoo's homepage a "m" appears before the .www..
> Like http/m.www.yahoo.com. Is there anyway to remove this "m"? It
> makes cut and paste in the url very unhandy. I suppose that is why they
> put it there.
> ........and I know, I left a / out. That was so I wouldn't create a link.


How does adding a m. to the start of a URL make cut and paste hard?
 
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