A problem with access

Nope. There is most certainly still the same problem in that www.candy-cc.com is still serving a certificate that only covers candy-cc.com. It's not useful to have a certificate for www.candy-cc.com if it's not actually being served.

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That is good; but now you have to use the second cert.
What shows?:
apachectl -S

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This is a screenshot of the outcome of “apachectl -S”.
I don't understand the meaning of this result.

Is the description of the "httpd.conf" wrong?

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I still have poor knowledge of building the server.
I looked into what you said, but I couldn't make out.
Also, errors will not occur at "www.candy-cc.com" as long as I checked.

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Both names on port 443 have overlap conflicts and there is no www on port 80 being served.

Please show the files:
/etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf
/etc/httpd/conf.d/httpd.conf