CloudFlare Partnership

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  1. theone48

    theone48 New Member

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    I think I'm beginning to get the idea, now that I'm re-reading this memo. It appears to me what Cloudfare really is, is a giant file accelerator. Sounds good. Let's hope the hiccups stay at a minimum.
     
  2. Dead-i

    Dead-i x10Hosting Support Ninja Community Support

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    I personally don't think CloudFlare would benefit my site since it's fine as is, but it looks like this is benefitting many members :)

    p.s. there's no need to quote a whole topic post, t1. :)
     
  3. theone48

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    Sorry Dead-i, I re-read the whole thing several times before really understanding what it meant. :)
     
  4. metallicpri2sh64

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    its pretty cool , i have been using cloudflare since it's beta stage . it has really benefited my site .

    Must have for all webmaster , and there is news that metallica.com uses cloudflare too :wink:
     
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    Really nice, thanks.
     
  6. Dead-i

    Dead-i x10Hosting Support Ninja Community Support

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    Lol, okay :) To be honest I don't understand how CloudFlare would benefit (ie. why is it needed?).
     
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  7. gtikram4527

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    Is cloudfare already implemented on free hosting? (Lotus)
     
  8. vekou

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    Well, for starters, CloudFlare caches your static content (images, stylesheets, scripts, large images, and did i say images?) and saves it to THEIR fast servers, which means, when a users surfs your site, all those static contents will be loaded from THEIR servers, which means less work for x10 servers, more x10 members happy. Another thing, Cloudflare distributes your static contents to other Cloudflare servers from all over the world, which means, your large images would load faster for people who browses your website from the other side of the world.

    In general, Cloudflare makes your site faster and much more responsive.

    Yes, just activate it from your cPanel and sign up to Cloudflare.
     
  9. gtikram4527

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    I can't see cloudflare anywhere in my cPanel (Lotus Server)
     
  10. gustavo.m.braga98

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  11. vekou

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    I'm not sure about Lotus, but in Chopin it is located under Software/Services.
     
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    it aint working..for about 1 month..oops..it aint working at all for about 3 moths...
    in the first 2 months..well the first time i used it..cdn aint working..then now..its totally not working...
    too sad...
     
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    ddkdkdf
     
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