WWW vs Non-WWW for Multisite
I was in the process of installing multisite and received this message:
We recommend you change your siteurl to example.com before enabling the network feature. It will still be possible to visit your site using the www prefix with an address like http://www.example.com but any links will not have the www prefix.
1. If I don’t change anything and decide I would like to keep the WWW prefix, what are the implications?
2. By keeping the WWW prefix, what happens when a user types my URL into their browser as non-WWW? I imagine it would redirect to the WWW version?
3. Do I have to make any edits to the database or config files if I decide to go with WWW instead of WordPress’ recommended non-WWW version?
Also, just a FYI – I plan to create these additional sites on a subdirectory and NOT a subdomain. Therefore, does the whole WWW vs non-WWW affect me?
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