Hello Everyone! Welcome Back to TechiFeed. I have written a new informative post for you to read. So, Keep reading to find out more!You've come to the correct spot if you own a domain and want to link it to Cloudflare CDN for improved speed and security.
In this article, I will show you How to Connect a Domain with Cloudflare and use Big Rock as a domain provider in your instance. It may be GoDaddy or Namecheap, but the processes will be the same.
So let's get started with this tutorial.
How to Integrate a Domain with Cloudflare?
Follow these easy steps to link your domain to Cloudflare and make use of its free performance and security services:
Set up a Cloudflare account
To link a domain to Cloudflare, you must first have a Cloudflare account, so sign up for one.
- Search Cloudflare and click on Cloudflare Signup
- You will be redirected to the Dashboard after successfully establishing an account.
Add Site/Domain in Cloudflare
Adding a domain to Cloudflare is simple; follow the instructions below:
Step 1. Add a Website
After you sign up for Cloudflare, you will be sent to the Cloudflare dashboard page.
Step 2. Enter your domain name here.
Enter your site's domain (without the www) and click the Add Site button.
Step 3. Select a Strategy
After reviewing the options, choose a plan that meets your needs, and if you are satisfied with the FREE version, select the Free 0$ Plan and click Continue.
Cloudflare will now check your DNS records, which you may examine and add from this page.
Step 4. Examine DNS Records
You may modify the DNS Records for your domain and manage all of your DNS records from this page.
After examining your domain's DNS records, click the Continue button to be taken to the Change NameServer page.
Step 5. Modify the Default Nameserver
We need to change the Cloudflare default nameserver with our domain nameserver, delete all of our domain nameservers, and replace them with the two Cloudflare nameservers shown on this page.
Log in to your Domain Registrar's website; in my instance, GoDaddy is where my domain is registered.
After login in, choose Manage domain.
Now, go to DNS management/settings and change the nameservers with Cloudflare nameservers before saving.
Wait for the Nameserver changes to propagate, which may take up to 24 hours, and then your domain will connect to your Cloudflare account.
You may now utilize the Cloudflare proxy and associated services.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I set up Cloudflare on my Blogger or WordPress website?
Setting up Cloudflare on your Blogger or WordPress website involves a few steps. First, you must sign up for a Cloudflare account and add your website. Next, you must change your website's DNS settings to point to Cloudflare's servers.
What is setting up a custom domain with Cloudflare on Blogger/WordPress?
Setting up a custom domain with Cloudflare on Blogger or WordPress involves a few steps. First, you must purchase a business domain from a domain registrar. Next, you will need to add your custom domain to your Blogger or WordPress website. Finally, you will need to set up Cloudflare to work with your custom domain by changing your domain's DNS settings to point to Cloudflare's servers.
What are the benefits of using Cloudflare on my Blogger or WordPress website?
Some benefits of using Cloudflare on your Blogger or WordPress website include improved website speed, increased security against malicious attacks, and better protection against DDoS attacks. Cloudflare offers various features such as a Content Delivery Network (CDN), a web application firewall (WAF), and analytics to track your website's performance.
How can I troubleshoot any issues that arise while setting up Cloudflare on my Blogger or WordPress website?
Suppose you encounter any issues while setting up Cloudflare on your Blogger or WordPress website. You can contact Cloudflare's support team for assistance if the problem persists.
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