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For security reasons, CloudFlare does not proxy traffic to wildcard subdomains. You have to explicitly list each subdomain as a CNAME in your DNS records to be able to activate CloudFlare.
From your CloudFlare interface, please go to the 'CloudFlare Apps' link. There, you can add and manage Google Analytics for your domain (My websites-->Apps).
To add multiple domains to your CloudFlare account: * Log in to your account. * Go to My Websites. * Add your sites in the Add Website box. Be sure to separate the sites with commas: domain1.com, domain2.com, domain3.com, etc. ...
If you have SSL on your website (or want SSL), you have two options: OPTION 1: If your SSL is on a separate subdomain, then you can easily use CloudFlare. All you have to do is designate the 'SSL' subdomain with a gray cloud in your DNS Settings pa...
You can enable CloudFlare right through your HostPapa cPanel, using the one-click activation. To activate CloudFlare on any HostPapa shared hosting account: * Log in to cPanel through your dashboard: https://www.hostpapa.com/dashboard * Click...
CHANGING HOSTING PROVIDERS If you are changing hosting providers, then you can keep your current CloudFlare account and update the IP information under CloudFlare DNS Settings. All of the information in your Analytics and Threat Control will not be af...
Subdomains that have been CloudFlare-enabled are marked with an orange cloud. Subdomains that are not CloudFlare-enabled are marked with a grey cloud. The CloudFlare network can only proxy web traffic over ports 80 and 443. The following subdomains...
CloudFlare is a FREE system that acts as a proxy between your visitors and HostPapa's servers. By acting as a proxy, CloudFlare caches static content for your site, which lowers the number of requests to HostPapa's servers, but still allows visitors to...
Once CloudFlare is activated through HostPapa, you will also have an account at www.cloudflare.com [1]. The basic statistics and settings are through your HostPapa control panel. To see more statistics, the Threat control panel and all the CloudFlar...
Subdomains that have been CloudFlare-enabled are marked with an orange cloud. This means they will pass through the CloudFlare system, and benefit from all its advantages. Subdomains that are not CloudFlare-enabled are marked with a grey cloud. Onl...
There are two main reasons why this could happen: 1. No traffic to subdomain CloudFlare is enabled for a subdomain that does not get traffic. Through the hosting providers, CloudFlare can only protect traffic going to certain subdomains, specifica...