Cloudflare

Cloudflare

Description

What this plugin can do for you

One-click WordPress-optimized settings

The easiest way to setup Cloudflare for your WordPress site.

Web application firewall (WAF) rulesets

Available on all of Cloudflare’s paid plans, the WAF has built-in rulesets, including rules that mitigate WordPress specific threats and vulnerabilities. These security rules are always kept up-to-date, once the WAF is enabled, you can rest easy knowing your site is protected from even the latest threats.

Automatic cache purge

Occurs when you change the appearance of your website. This means that you can focus on your website, while we ensure that the latest content is always available to your visitors.
(Note: By default, Cloudflare does not cache HTML, and a cache purge is not required on updating HTML content such as publishing a new blog entry).

Additional features

  • Header rewrite to prevent a redirect loop when Cloudflare’s Universal SSL is enabled

  • Change Cloudflare settings from within the plugin itself without needing to navigate to the cloudflare.com dashboard. You can change settings for cache purge, security level, Always Online, and image optimization

  • View analytics such as total visitors, bandwidth saved, and threats blocked

  • Support for HTTP2/Server Push

FAQ

Do I need a Cloudflare account to use the plugin?

Yes, on install and activation the plugin, first time users will be asked to enter their email address (used to sign-up for an account at cloudflare.com) and their user API key. This is needed to support all the features offered by the plugin.

What settings are applied when I click “Apply Default Settings” in Cloudflare’s WordPress plugin?

You can review the recommended settings that are applied here.

Does the plugin work if I have Varnish enabled?

Yes, Cloudflare works with, and helps speed up your site even more, if you have Varnish enabled.

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