Webdev, Dns, Server, Cheatsheet
Most web developers go about their day-to-day without having to deal with DNS records most of the time. Regardless, knowing what DNS stands for and the types of DNS records are pretty useful.
The Domain Name System (abbreviated to DNS), translates human-readable domain names (e.g www.google.com to machine-readable IP addresses (e.g. 220.127.116.11).
A DNS is made up of multiple records of different types, each one with its own purpose. Here's a breakdown of the most commonly-used ones:
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