The Weirdness That Is the Interwebs
refresh to referrer
I have no clue what is going on, but links to my site (my subdirectory: http://geoffrey.famwagner.com/) from any document on the main family page (http://www.famwagner.com/) result in a page in which is mysteriously inserted a meta refresh tag that refreshes to the referrer. I've found a way of circumventing this from happening, and that is why you are able to read this now if you clicked here from main page.
If you want to see what I'm talking about, go here then click on the link to my subdomain. Almost immediately, you should be redirected back to the previous page. I've looked almost everywhere I could think of to see what's doing this, and I can't find a thing. I've gotten my host administrator involved, and he's stumped, too, as far as I can tell. I've even created a support ticket at my domain registrar, and they have no clue what I'm talking about.
I'm sure this is making little sense to those who have a limited to no knowledge of html, php, etc. I guess I'm writing this so that everyone who reads this knows what's going on, so that those who read this who are savvy in the ways of the web who might have experienced this once before (or something like this) might have a solution they could share, or so that those who read this who are savvy in the ways of the web and who might have some idea to look at might be willing to share it.
Yeah...it's been kinda weird.