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Absolutely! We provide what we think is the best DNS management interface. Our goal was to make an interface that was so good people would switch their DNS to us even without the other benefits CloudFlare provides. To edit your DNS, go to My Websites --&g...
No, not at all. If you use Google Analytics or a system that tracks logs through a script on your web pages, then CloudFlare does not affect any of your Google Analytic tracking. Why? GA works by inserting a piece of Javascript (JS) on your site. This JV ...
Deactivating a specific domain is easy. Go to your My Websites page (look for the link at the top of the page). Each website powered by CloudFlare will be listed. Click on the 'Deactivate' button and follow the instructions.
If you change your registrar, you need to enter the 2 name servers you were assigned by CloudFlare (i.e. hugh.ns.cloudflare.com) into your new registrar account. You can find the name servers you were assigned by CloudFlare in the confirmation email when ...
CloudFlare protects email addresses on your site by encrypting the email address in the source code. By doing so, this stops malicious bots from harvesting the email address and as a result, the bot can not send spam to the email address. To humans, the e...
CloudFlare's traffic pipe is large and distributed all over the world. If your website gets a surge in traffic from real visitors, your site will continue to stay online even at traffic loads that would have crippled it before.
Since CloudFlare acts as a proxy, we cache the pages of your site. When your site goes down, we can continue to serve the visitor's page requests as long as the page is in our cache as part of our "Always Online" functionality. This ensures a se...
CloudFlare has partnered with Viglink so you can track where the outbound links from your site are sending traffic. The service appends a click handler to your links and tracks where your visitors pass through. The list of outbound links appears on the lo...
CloudFlare is a broad security solution that is designed to provide protection from many forms of malicious activity online including: comment spam, email harvesting, credential hacking, web software vulnerability, cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injec...
When you sign on to CloudFlare the way your logs are displayed will change because CloudFlare acts as a proxy. This means that your visitors are routed through the CloudFlare network. This allows CloudFlare to stop attacks before they reach your network. ...
They still work, you just have to access them differently. CloudFlare protects these protocols by moving them off your standard domain. Before if you accessed these by using your root domain (i.e. FTP to example.com), now you should connect through a subd...