More fun with Munchkin domainLevel tonight. A client hired an outside design firm to work on some LPs, and the designers couldn't figure out why forms (embedded Forms 2.0) weren't posting a Munchkin cookie, even though an anonymous Visit Web Page activity was being logged (though for a new lead on every page load).
The firm was hosting the pages on http://clientname.elasticbeanstalk.com for QA. I'd recommended a subdomain of the client's domain instead — otherwise, associated leads would be lost upon navigating to the Thank You URLs on the client's main site, strongly limiting real-world tests. And indeed hosting on http://pages.clientname.com would've sidestepped the problem. But it would've deprived us of a nice teachable moment, so it's just as well.
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