If you are already using CloudFlare - *DO NOT* use the cPanel CloudFlare Plugin Print

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The CloudFlare plugin is designed to use *OUR* nameservers for your domain and what happens if you use the plugin while already using CloudFlare, their nameservers will quit serving records for your domain. This will result in your site going offline until you update your nameservers to ns1.webzdns.com, ns2.webzdns.com, and ns3.webzdns.com.

I believe that the cPanel CloudFlare plugin should warn about this or, at the least, check for an existing account and then provide a warning that a nameserver update would be required to prevent the site from going offline and that you should contact your hosting provider.

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