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Issue #2

Shouldn't the name of the site be "Mud Run Guide"? Site refers to itself as "Mud Run Guide", check <meta name="application-name"> and the text in the footer "Welcome to Mud Run Guide - the worldwide leader in mud runs, obstacle course races, and outdoor running adventures. Established in 2012, our focus is to provide you with the best events, discounts, news, reviews, gear, and training for the sport of OCR."
Andrew A.
Weren't the new clarifications released to prevent this kind of debate?

You can see clearly on the main page & on the logo:
Logo enlarged, if it's hard for you to read small letters:

See the examples that the Checklist gives to demonstrate how the site name should be handled:

So, you want me to go against the rules? Why would I do that?

At first, people send issues "Wrong sitename", because the site name isn't what the user sees ot the main page. Then, they send issues "Wrong sitename", because they think the REAL site name is something other.

Declined by admin
Agreed with the author. It is "" that users see on the page.

"…Site name must match the name that users see on the main page of the website and it must not contain any additional data. For this reason meta data should not be used blindly."
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Apr 8, 2019