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    Default More AT or More ON ?

    I am confused with the following issue:

    I would like to write:

    "More at: something.com"

    something.com is any kind of website.

    Is it correct to write it with "at", or is it correct to write it with "on"?

    "More on: something.com"


    I have always been confused with similar usage of these two.

    Thank you for the reply.

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    George.

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    Default Re: More AT or More ON ?

    Quote Originally Posted by stgeorge View Post
    I am confused with the following issue:

    I would like to write:

    "More at: something.com"

    something.com is any kind of website.

    Is it correct to write it with "at", or is it correct to write it with "on"?

    "More on: something.com"


    I have always been confused with similar usage of these two.

    Thank you for the reply.

    Regards
    George.
    Both are fine.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: More AT or More ON ?

    The net is a new area so preposition usage is not fixed at the moment and there are often cases where more than one preposition can be used at the moment. Things may become more settled when one form comes out on top.

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