Posted 27 December 2009 - 07:39 PM
m. any url, signifies a mobile friendly version of the regular site of the same url. Somewhere along the way you selected the mobile version as the default. I would suggest clearing all browser cache and cookies and restarting your machine and see if that cures your m. issue.
Notice the different renderings http://m.yahoo.com
I do notice even when typing the www.yahoo.com url I get it returned with the m. you describe. I haven't been to that site in years so I never noticed it before. EDIT 2:
Here's an even better answer: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qi...22144921AApDi5J
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