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I have a weird problem: my EE URLs are generated with an extra "W". For instance, on,

<a href="{path='article/details'}">{title}</a>

will produce (notice that www becomes wwww):

I can't find anything in the admin where I may have typed in the URL wrong.

Does anyone have an idea for how to solve this?

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Can you provide more information. Where is the 'W'? Can you show some template code that displays a url with the extra 'W'? You haven't really given us much to go on. – foamcow Jun 10 '14 at 15:52
<a href="{path='article/details'}">{title}</a>. will produce: – therooster Jun 10 '14 at 16:18
@TRiG it appears that the changes you made to the question have hidden the issue. – zzzzBov Jun 10 '14 at 21:51
@zzzzBov, in the original question, both mentions of the domain were wwww. Perhaps that was a mistake. (The domain appeared only once in the rendered question, because of a Markdown error, but it was there in the source with a four-w prefix.) – TRiG Jun 10 '14 at 22:43
@TRiG, the revision history shows you changing wwww.url to www.example, which is why I called out the issue. – zzzzBov Jun 10 '14 at 23:15

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Check the site url for your site in Admin->General Configuration

Also check this in your config file.

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yep, i did. no go. also this is a msm site. the default site works fine. its the 2nd site that has problems. – therooster Jun 10 '14 at 16:42
found the issue. see my answer above... – therooster Jun 10 '14 at 17:03

Found it. the issue was in the 2nd sites index.php file. the url was type wrong. Thanks foamcow for the help!!

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You might mark foamcow's answer as the answer? – Romans-8---31-39 Jun 10 '14 at 21:55

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