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How To Configure WordPress Cloudflare

CloudFlare is a content delivery system that can significantly reduce the load times on your website. All premium WordPress hosting accounts include CloudFlare. To configure CloudFlare, follow the steps in this article.

Step 1: Navigate to the Cloudflare section of CHI

To configure your free CloudFlare account through UK2, you will need to use your username and password to log into your UK2 CHI control panel.

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Click the WordPress icon - the W under the home symbol - as seen below.

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Click the domain you want to add CloudFlare to from the top left hand corner of your screen.

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Next, click the “CloudFlare” tab at the top of your screen as seen below.

Step 2: Activate CloudFlare

In the CloudFlare section you will need to enable the service in order to add it to your domain.

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Step 3: Configure CloudFlare settings

Once the service is active, there will be various settings to turn on or off, depending on how you want the service to function.

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If you have questions about any of the settings you can click the question mark button to contact the UK2 technical support team.

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