How do I enable CloudFlare within cPanel?

Fusioned offers CloudFlare for free to all Enterprise Hosting customers. You can enable CloudFlare for your website, in just a few simple clicks:


Step 1

Login to your cPanel account, and scroll down to the Software/Services section where you will see the CloudFlare icon.


Step 2

Your email address should already be filled in, so all you have to do is check the Terms of Service box and click the Signup Now button.


Step 3

You will see a list of all your domains hosted on Fusioned, and you can activate and deactivate CloudFlare for each site by toggling the between the orange and grey cloud.


Step 4

Congratulations, your website is now supercharged and powered by CloudFlare's additional features. Don't forget to check back after 24h to view CloudFlare analytics for your domain.


Additional Steps

Cloudflare works through CNAMEs so basically it will work for www version of the site. Please add this code in the .htaccess file so that all non www request are rewritten with www (change mysite.com to you own domain name)

RewriteEngine On
# Rewrite added for CloudflareInstall - mysite.com
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^mysite.com$ [NC]
RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} ^80$
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.mysite.com/$1 [R=301,L]
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