Thanks to a unique partnership with CloudFlare and GreenGeeks customers have the ability to enable CloudFlare from inside their cPanel account. In order to complete these simply follow the instructions below: 

1. Click on the Cloudflare Icon in cPanel under the  Software/Services section.

2. Enter your email address and accept the EULA.

3. Select the domain you want to enable cloudflare for on the box on the left.

4. The interface will pull up a list of sub-domains you can enable cloudflare protection on, click on the grey clouds for the sub-domains you want to enable and wait for them to turn orange.


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  1. Josh Dargie Article Author

    Hello Shane,

    With our VPS’s customers must first request the application be configured. Shoot off an email to our support team and they can get things squared away!

  2. Sol Chrom

    In a recent chat, one of your staff recommended CloudFlare. I’d like to try it, but over the last few days or so, I haven’t even been able to start a chat session about my cPanel or whatever. Whenever I try, it loses the connection and tells me “Connection lost. Please check your internet connection and then try again.”

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