How to Activate CloudFlare
Posted by Rupi Singh on 22 August 2015 07:29 PM
There are two ways to activate CloudFlare for an account:
When you activate CloudFlare using the cPanel plugin, FastWebHost manages your web site's DNS settings. You can quickly and easily enable and disable CloudFlare for your domain and subdomains from within cPanel, as well as view basic site statistics.
When you activate CloudFlare directly from their web site, CloudFlare manages your web site's DNS settings, and you use the CloudFlare site to manage settings for your domains. You cannot use the cPanel plugin to manage CloudFlare.
Which activation method you use depends on how you want to manage your CloudFlare and DNS settings (that is, from within cPanel or by logging into a separate site). Of course, if your account does not include cPanel, then you must activate CloudFlare using their web site.
Method #1: Activating CloudFlare from cPanel
To activate CloudFlare for your web site using the cPanel plugin, follow these steps:
Method #2: Activating CloudFlare directly from their web site
To activate CloudFlare directly from their web site, follow these steps:
For more information about CloudFlare, please visit https://www.cloudflare.com.