All domains are set up such that they can be accessed directly with or without the “www” in front of your website URL. If you are getting an error message when accessing either of the two URLs, then it can be a DNS, redirection or website application issue.
What is WWW?
This stands for World Wide Web and is mainly used as a subdomain name like www.yourdomain.com. This kind of subdomain name is mostly used to verify domain ownership. Due to long-standing practices, many of us may have used it in front of the domain name to access the website. However, it is not technically required since both should pull up the same website content by default.
It is possible to redirect your website URL. If you try to type vodien.com in the URL address bar, it will redirect you to https://www.vodien.com/. If you wish to redirect your domain name to the URL with the same website content, please refer to our article about redirection.
If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our support team.