This is Making a DNS setup for 20+ domains hosted on the same IP-address more manageable continued.
We're already using the www version as primary. Each
www is a
@, and it's
@ resolves to an IP address.
For convenience, I consider resolving each
www to a common, shared
CNAME, and dropping
@ altogether because it can't be a CNAME.
Provided the website doesn't link to example.com anywhere internally, is it a good idea to only keep www.example.com. I figured if someone types example.com and it does not exist, the browser will auto-try www.example.com, right?