How to stop chrome from searching when manually typing in local dev addresses

During development today I needed to clear my browsing data to test some cached information. I only selected cached images and files and cookies and plugin options. After this my development environment stopped being recognized the same way in chrome (Version 40.0.2214.91) and started being searched in google instead.

When I type or even into the address bar the site is being accessed fine. When I click on links within the local site that point to pages such as I am taken to the correct page. It is only when I try to type in a url such as manually that Chrome decides it should search the web instead of going to the correct page as before. There are no extra spaces on either side of the url.

When testing this in Firefox everything works normally. Nothing has changed in my development environment unless you include the cache and cookie clear in Chrome.

Other similar questions seem to only address the issue from the perspective of the local server(MAMP,XAMP,WAMP) configuration, but I am not using these to serve my site. I am working in a jekyll installation that serves the site for me, and the config.yml values are correct as evidenced by the site behaving normally in Firefox.


Apparently chrome no longer likes the use of Use instead.

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