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Last Updated: Friday, 1 July, 2005, 15:53 GMT 16:53 UK
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Click Online's regular feedback slot allows you to have your say on issues mentioned in the programme and other technology matters.

Last time, we asked you whether we should start putting the WWW in front of the URLs we give you on TV. Unfortunately, doing so reduces the size of the address we can show on screen. We had a flood of emails in response.

"I think that it's ok not to put the WWW on the screen. It doesn't make a lot of difference because nowadays the browsers are smart enough to get the URL - Microsoft's IE, and so does Fire Fox."
Gaurav Kale

"I believe that every time a web address is mentioned on the programme WWW should be mentioned. And I am a big fan of Kate Russell she is very clever and nice looking as well."
Anthony Ryan

"According to Wikipedia: 'Depending on how the domain and web server is set up, a WWW website can often be accessed without mentioning the WWW, as long as the .com or other appropriate top-level domain is appended. Even this is not always necessary as some browsers will automatically try adding WWW and .com to URLs if a web page isn't found without them.' So bin the WWWs, thanks."
Ed Wicks, Nottingham, UK

"I think it would be good if you put full addresses on the screen, even when sites are reached without WWW, because their real and full address is including 3 Ws."
Koba Tirkia, Tbilisi, Georgia


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Click Online is broadcast on BBC News 24: Saturday at 2030, Sunday at 0430 and 1630, and on Monday at 0030. A short version is also shown on BBC Two: Saturday at 0645 and BBC One: Sunday at 0730 . Also BBC World.




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