What is wwww.synthasite.com? Note the 4 W's

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Okay, to start with, this isn't my site and I don't know whose it is. I was goping to Synthasite, and I was typing www, when I accedentally typed an extra "w", but I didn't notice it. I finished the URL and hit "enter". So, I was taken here: wwww.synthasite.com. Note the four w's, rather than just three. What I want to know is how this guy got that URL with synthasite. And, is that a synthasite site or he/she just used the name. I'm just curious.
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Sorry, the link didn't include the fist W, so just copy/past the whole URL (web adress) into your browser (the bar at the top of the screen). Again, sorry.
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Hi Derick,
This person uses a sub-domain with Synthasite of wwww. synthasite.com; the wwww is the sub-domain. When users choose to have a sub-domain with Synthasite, they can choose whatever they want such as derrick .synthastie.com; derrick being the sub-domain of that domain name.

Yes the site is built using Synthasite.

That was a great question!

Best Regards,

Emmy
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Smart of that person. So, anyone who accedentally adds another W to the URL for synthasite is taken to his/her site. {Sound effects of cheers}. I must say, very clever.
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Yes, I agree, very clever!

Take care,
Emmy