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 Are there sub-domains I shouldn't enable with CloudFlare? (Click Here for More Info)

Sub-domains on CloudFlare are marked with an orange cloud. Sub-domains not on CloudFlare are...

 Can I enable CloudFlare on a wildcard (*) sub-domain? (Click Here for More Info)

No, for security reasons, CloudFlare does not proxy traffic to a wildcard sub-domain. You have to...

 Can I enable CloudFlare on my root domain (i.e. mywebsite.com) that is an A record? (Click Here for More Info)

If you activate CloudFlare through HostArmor, CloudFlare can only accelerate and protect CNAMEs,...

 How does CloudFlare’s technology work? (Click Here for More Info)

CloudFlare works as a reverse proxy. What this means is that once your website is part of the...

 I activated CloudFlare from my HostArmor account. Do I also get an account on CloudFlare.com? What is the difference? (Click Here for More Info)

Once you activate CloudFlare on HostArmor you also get an account at www.cloudflare.com. The...

 I tried CloudFlare and have an issue. What should I do? (Click Here for More Info)

When you enable CloudFlare, there should be no noticeable difference to your website. If your...

 My website has SSL. What do I do? (Click Here for More Info)

If you have SSL, your website can use CloudFlare, however there is an extra step. If your SSL is...

 What is CloudFlare? (Click Here for More Info)

CloudFlare is a performance and security service that we provide to our customers. On average, a...

 What is the association between HostArmor and CloudFlare? (Click Here for More Info)

CloudFlare is a third-party vendor that is offering CloudFlare to HostArmor customers through a...

 What types of websites can use CloudFlare? (Click Here for More Info)

Almost all websites can use CloudFlare. CloudFlare works for both static and dynamic websites....

 Where are CloudFlare’s data centers located? (Click Here for More Info)

CloudFlare’s network currently has 12 locations. San Jose (US), Los Angeles (US), Chicago (US),...

 Will CloudFlare accelerate and protect my root domain? (Click Here for More Info)

CloudFlare can only accelerate and protect CNAMES. Since your root domain is an A record, we...