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Never knew about this brefoe and have often had clients ask why the non www. version of their site never showsย  I actually gave one this very link. Slightly off topic but I've just had a look at the source code for this page, how are you managing to get the article title for the page title, custom meta and description tags for each post, as that is way better for SEO. I didn't think this was possible with WordPress. Can you let me know please?RegardsPhil

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