Before we get started, it is essential to have a solid understanding of the distinction between a Partial Integration and a Full Integration with Cloudflare.

In a nutshell, a partial integration makes use of your already established name servers at Hostingli, but a complete integration needs you to switch to Cloudflare's name servers instead.

If you choose to proceed with the complete integration, our team will be unable to provide assistance for it since we do not have direct access to your Cloudflare account. We apologise for the inconvenience.

Despite this, you are still able to use the free Railgun.

 

Quicksteps:

  1. Login to cPanel
  2. Navigate to Cloudflare
  3. Create An Account
  4. Click Provision Account With CNAME Setup
  5. Enable Railgun

 

Allow 24 Hours For SSL To Propogate

Keep in mind that if you want to use SSL on your website, Cloudflare will need to regenerate the certificate at some point. This procedure might take up to 24 hours and could cause errors to appear on the secure sites you use. We strongly suggest activating this during the weekend or during non-peak hours to prevent causing any disruptions to the flow of traffic. You are free to alter your Cloudflare settings to FULL now that Let's Encrypt is operational, but keep in mind that the change will still need some time to propagate. When making changes to your website, it is essential that you turn on "Development mode" so that you may see the effects of those changes as they take effect in real time.

 

Don't Overthink Cloudflare

Some clients are unable to make Cloudflare function for them for a variety of reasons. Don't make things more difficult for yourself if what you're doing doesn't work. Without any additional effort on your part, our network architecture has been built to provide lightning-fast speeds to your website. On the other hand, Cloudflare is ready to provide you with a little bit of an additional boost. But if it begins to be more hassle than it's worth, try not to stress out too much over it when it gets to that point. Even though we've had a lot of success with utilising Cloudflare over the last several years, we can't say that it's the be-all and end-all solution just yet.

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