Cloudflare

Hello~, That me again :smile:
I’m just ask one question
If I Enabled Cloudflare in cPanel, I shouldn’t add my website to cloudflare myself, right?:sweat_smile:
#Odoru

I should use Cloudflare in cPanel or add it to cloudflare myself?

nice to see you here again!
iirc you are using a domain (not a subdomain) right??
i also uses cloudflare. thats what ive done.
instead of enabling cloudflare from cpanel, goes to your domain registar and change the NS to cloudflare
DO NOT REMOVE IT FROM ADDON DOMAIN!
LEAVE IT IN INFINITYFREE AND CHANGE THE NS TO:
stan.ns.cloudflare.com
viola.ns.cloudflare.com
and in cloudflare DNS create type A name: @ and Ip: 185.27.134.113
then wait for the changes to happen!

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Also replace stan.ns.cloudflare.com and viola.ns.cloudflare.com with your Cloudflare nameservers and 185.27.134.113 with the correct server IP that you can find by following this article, and don’t forget to create a CNAME record with name www and target @, but for the rest you’re correct.

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NO! You can use either our control panel integration or add your website to Cloudflare yourself. Just NEVER DO BOTH, it will break your website.

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