Cloudflare is a content delivery network (CDN) service that A2 Hosting provides to our web hosting customers for free. On average, a web site using Cloudflare loads 200% faster, uses 60% less bandwidth, and is much more secure.
Learn about Cloudflare's content delivery network (CDN), how it works, and how it can help improve your site's performance and security.
Learn how to activate Cloudflare for your web site with just a few easy steps. This article covers how to configure a partial (CNAME) setup, as well as a full DNS setup for your domain.
After you activate Cloudflare, you can configure it for your web site using cPanel. This article covers how to enable Cloudflare, manage Cloudflare settings for your account, view site statistics, and enable DDoS protection.
Learn about the different options for using SSL on a Cloudflare-enabled account: Sectigo SSL, securing domains and subdomains, and what to do if your account currently does not have an SSL certificate.
This article provides information you can use to help troubleshoot accounts that use Cloudflare by examining Cloudflare error pages and checking the site DNS settings.
Cloudflare can help your site withstand DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks, and this article shows you how to enable "I'm under attack" mode in Cloudflare as well as how to whitelist specific IP addresses.
Cloudflare offers SSL for all sites, but Cloudflare SSL only encrypts the connection from the visitor to Cloudflare. This article shows how to provide full, strict encryption for the entire connection from the visitor to the server. This article describes the process using the cPanel control panel.
Cloudflare needs to be off for certain tasks. Learn to turn Cloudflare off and turn Development Mode on in this article.
Cloudflare offers SSL for all sites, but Cloudflare SSL only encrypts the connection from the visitor to Cloudflare. This article shows how to provide full, strict encryption for the entire connection from the visitor to the server, using cPanel.