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 Are there sub-domains I shouldn't enable with CloudFlare?

Are there sub-domains I shouldn't enable with CloudFlare? Subdomains on CloudFlare are marked with an orange cloud. Subdomains not on CloudFlare are marked with a gray cloud. The CloudFlare...

 CloudFlare and W3 Total Cache Plugin

CloudFlare and W3 Total Cache's (W3TC) missions are aligned: making sites perform as fast as possible. If you're a WordPress user, W3TC runs on your server and helps optimize your database and...

 CloudFlare is working on www.mysite.com, but not mysite.com without the www?

CloudFlare can only accelerate and protect CNAMES. Since your root domain is an A record, we recommend that you forward your traffic to ‘www’ through your .htaccess file. If you do not...

 CloudFlare WordPress Plugin

CloudFlare has developed a plugin for WordPress. By using the CloudFlare Wordpress Plugin, you receive: Correct IP Address information for comments. See Log_Files for more information on why...

 How do I enable Railgun on my site?

Login to cPanel (You can find the cPanel URL in your hosting information email or in our client area) Under the CloudFlare - Supercharge your website group, go to CloudFlare Enter your email...

 How does CloudFlare’s technology work?

CloudFlare works as a reverse proxy. What this means is that once your website is part of the CloudFlare community, your web traffic is routed through CloudFlare’s global network. CloudFlare’s...

 I activated CloudFlare from my MonsterMegs account. Do I also get an account on CloudFlare.com? What is the difference?

I activated CloudFlare from my MonsterMegs account. Do I also get an account on CloudFlare.com? What is the difference? Once you activate CloudFlare on your MonsteMegs cpanel account, you also get...

 I have a dynamic or ecommerce website. Can I use CloudFlare?

Yes. You can definitely use CloudFlare if you have a dynamic or ecommerce website. CloudFlare does not cache HTML, only cache static files like images, CSS or Javascript. So if your HTML content...

 I tried CloudFlare and have an issue. What should I do?

I tried CloudFlare and have an issue. What should I do? When you enable CloudFlare, there should be no noticeable difference to your website. If your site is loading slowing after enabling...

 My website has SSL. What do I do?

If you have SSL, your website can use CloudFlare, however there is an extra step. If your SSL is on its own subdomain (i.e. SSL), then ensure that this subdomain is marked with a gray cloud. If...

 What is CloudFlare?

CloudFlare protects and accelerates any website online. Once your website is a part of the CloudFlare community, its web traffic is routed through our intelligent global network. We automatically...

 Who can use CloudFlare?

Anyone that owns a root domain (i.e. www.mydomain.com) can use CloudFlare. If you own a subdomain (i.e. www.mydomain.blogger.com), then you can not currently use CloudFlare. (Side note: If you...

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