I'm going to use the Code Review community as an example, but it works for several others as well:

When we are seeing a question on stackoverflow and we click on the icon on the top left side, we are redirected to the main page (https://stackoverflow.com/) of this community, perfect, as I believe it should be:

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However, in Code Review for example as we have the habit of clicking on this icon from this position to return to the main page of the community, it actually indicates a visit to the StackExchange, making this work difficult:

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My tip is that to keep the community standard, this top left icon change the logo to Code Review and when clicked takes you directly to the Code Review home page (https://codereview.stackexchange.com/).

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    @Luuklag no. All sites. It's part of a bigger problem. Dec 13, 2021 at 14:13
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    Well, SO is the odd one out then, so SO should change, not the rest
    – Luuklag
    Dec 13, 2021 at 14:15
  • At a guess - and without trying it - I'd expect that SO, Super User, and Server Fault would exhibit the 'different' behavior. The common factor would be that they have their own domains rather than a subdomain of SE. Dec 13, 2021 at 14:31
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    @JeffZeitlin no, the source of this confusion is Stack Overflow having its own unique design, very different from the rest of Stack Exchange sites. The specific issue the OP facing is due to Stack Overflow not having the "StackExchange" logo in the top left, as all other 170+ sites, have. Dec 13, 2021 at 14:48


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