Help with sub-domain PLEASE!!

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Why does my sub-domain look different than my original website? The quality and colors do not match since I changed the design on my original site, and the two do not match. People have said my original domain name is too long so I got a sub, and now the sub is of poorer quality. Now when people click on the shorter sub-domain I have given them they won't see the quality that I worked so hard to get on the original!! Any advice please
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I don't quite understand. You do not have a "sub domain". You have 2 domains pointing to the exact same site. I have no idea how they can possibly look differently to people. The look identical in all the different browsers I tried. They should look identical to everyone else, because they are identical.

Do you see any difference?

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Why does my sub-domain look different than my original site? I changed designs on the original, but the sub is of much poorer quality and not the same colors as my original. More people are clicking on the sub, and therefore are not seeing the original I am putting so much work into.

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