Enable CloudFlare Though cPanel

WebzPro offers CloudFlare free to all clients including our Reseller's clients. With CloudFlare's cPanel plug in a single click can add CloudFlare in minutes to any hosting account.

You can enable CloudFlare from inside of your cPanel under the section titled "Software/Services". CloudFlare offers many features that can help improve the overall performance and reliability of your site.

Since CloudFlare works through CNAMEs CloudFlare can not be enabled on the
root domain (since it is an A record). So, if your customer wants to
protect traffic going tothe root domain, then they will need to add a redirect in the .htaccess file to 'www'.
Replace mysite.com with your domain.

RewriteEngine On
# Rewrite added for CloudflareInstall - mysite.com
# Wednesday 25th of August 2010 04:59:42 AM
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^mysite.com$ [NC]
RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} ^80$
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.mysite.com/$1 [R=301,L]

You can enable CloudFlare and if there is an issue you can open a support tick with them. With our partnership with CloudFare we have given them a testing site on our servers so they will trouble shoot the issues with CloudFlare.

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