03 Apr 2015, 12:30
04 Apr 2015, 14:37
05 Apr 2015, 03:09
Yes. There is a "pause" button in Cloudflare panel, which simply disables all cloudflare functionality. Optionally, you can simply disable it and/or change your nameservers back.Martin wrote: if I try Cloudflare after that and for some reason I want to reverse the use of Cloudflare... is that a piece of cake?
09 Apr 2015, 10:27
Yes, it's entirely optional ... It is just an official recommendation.winph wrote:Is Cloudflare optional? Or this is mandatory or required for X3 to work?
12 Apr 2015, 05:49
12 Apr 2015, 12:05
Yes you can do that, but you will still need to register your main domain through Cloudflare. From the settings, you can then set the main domain to BYPASS cloudflare entirely (it will basically just act as a DNS), and for the subdomain gallery.kog.it, you can keep cloudflare active.andreamarucci wrote:Karl a, maybe, stupid question. My main domain is kog.it and I host my gallery at gallery.kog.it. Do you think it's possible to use Cloudflare just for this subdomain and not for the main one?
13 Apr 2015, 00:18
Yes, I think it's a good idea ...andreamarucci wrote:My server do have compression so the only advantage in using CF is to offload my server basically... I just can try it since it's free...
21 May 2015, 15:26
22 May 2015, 00:12
Sorry, not quite sure what you mean.radapple wrote:if I enable cloudlare in my server I get the same result as set it x3
22 May 2015, 03:13
You mean bluehost has their own option for enabling Cloudflare? That should work fine. You dont "set cloudflare in X3" anyway ... This main post is how to set up Cloudflare for your website directly from Cloudflare's own interface.radapple wrote:with bluehost I can use cloudflare not have to set it in x3 correct?