WordPress www and non-www

WordPress by default, supports www or non-www, but not both. However, this can be changed within WordPress at any time to one or the other. Below is a quick outline of how to do this (in the current version):

Updating your WordPress URL:

    * Login to your WordPress Dashboard
    * Click on "Settings"
    * Now, click on "General"
    * Modify both of the below settings:

          Blog address (URL)
          WordPress address (URL)

    * Upon completion, click "Save Changes"

Well done, you've changed your domain to a www. or non-www. version.

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