How to enable Cloudflare

  1. Log into cPanel.

  2. Under the Software/Services section, click the CloudFlare icon.

  3. Enter your email address, and click the checkbox to accept CloudFlare's Terms of Service.

    • If you wish to add the domain to an existing CloudFlare account, simply enter the email address for the desired account and you will be prompted to provide the password.

  4. Click Signup Now! You will automatically be redirected to the Activate CloudFlare page.

    • To set a password for your CloudFlare account, click the Generate Password link; or you may set your password later.

  5. Next to the site on which you wish to enable CloudFlare, click Edit.

  6. Under CloudFlare Status, click on the gray cloud to enable CloudFlare for the domain.

  7. The gray cloud will change to an orange cloud, and a message will appear at the top of the screen confirming successful activation.

Once CloudFlare is enabled, you can access reports and modify settings for your site from cPanel or from your CloudFlare dashboard.
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