CloudFlare for WordPress

CloudFlare plugin is available for WordPress! Key features are as follows:

To ensure you have no change to your originating IPs when using CloudFlare. Since CloudFlare acts a reverse proxy, connecting IPs now come from CloudFlare's range. This plugin will ensure you can continue to see the originating IP.

Every time you click the 'spam' button on your blog, this threat information is sent to CloudFlare to ensure you are constantly getting the best site protection.

To utilize CloudFlare with WordPress, be sure to update your domains URL in WordPress admin area settings to include the www. in the URL. If it was not set, not a problem! Set it and install the plugin "Blue Velvet" and you can quickly replace all your media images to include the www. for CloudFlare.





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