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    #1

    Coding Motivation

    Something to motivate you this morning:
    https://burgerking.co.nz/

    Anyone can make mistakes, even entire huge teams of a multi billion dollar MNC. CORS policy is blocking access to their fonts.

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    #2
    Also there's a stack of test items in the App Order whosamajigger now.

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    Just because it's insane and to rub it in, you can pay 100% more for a promo item than the separate items.

    Whopper Jr Small Meal + 3 Nuggets and Rodeo, $17.35!
    Whopper Jr Stunner, $6.50 (Whopper Jr Small Meal + 3 nuggets), Rodeo, $2.60.

    It's an app exclusive, don't all line up at once.

    What on earth is going on at their head office at the moment.

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    #4
    Looks like it's unintended that people would go to //burgerking.co.nz instead of www.burgerking.co.nz, it's filled with hardcoded refs to the www. Better than what the globocorp site does https://bk.com/

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    #5
    BeefyBurgers wrote:
    Looks like it's unintended that people would go to //burgerking.co.nz instead of www.burgerking.co.nz, it's filled with hardcoded refs to the www. Better than what the globocorp site does https://bk.com/
    Had a look, I think they just use relative references so it dumps in whatever the user has typed.

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    Regardless www should die. Worthless prefix.

    I'm guessing the skipped the * or blank reference when setting the access headers and still haven't realised.

    Thanks to this I just put a 301 on www to the blank for my pending website. Will do the rest later.

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    #6
    suntoucher wrote:

    Regardless www should die. Worthless prefix
    I've kept it, the general affordance of a URL is that it contains the www. prefix. Regardless a 301 really should've been used here, not sure why they have 2 prod sites.

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    #7
    If anyone questions why you're so excited about the little usability improvements you make to your project, send them here:
    https://userinyerface.com

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    #8
    I love www. Reminds me of the nascent days of the internet when NNTP and Gopher and FTP were as important as HTTP.