Using CloudFlare System with Blogger


#1

How can I add CloudFlare to Blogger? When I go to the CloudFlare website and enter my Blog url it says that sub domains don’t work with CloudFlare. I’m using a blogspot.com domain. Do I have to set up a CNAME at my host, x10hosting.com? I know that x10hosting.com has built in CloudFlare ingration but I don’t know how to set up the CloudFlare with Blogger though x10hosting.com.


#2

The only way that you can use CloudFlare is if you own a TLD (top level domain) it doesn’t work on a subdomain. Furthermore, the only reason that it works with x10 is because they are a cloudflare partner.

If you want to use CloudFlare on blogger you can only do so with a TLD.


#3

Could any one say me how to setup cloudflare on blogger I need to enable https:// on my Website Techwebster dot in


#4

@CSdog for CloudFlare you have to use top level domain. If you want to use https on your blogspot subdomain then you can easily enable it from blogger setting.


#5

@srisaikamal check this link. You will find many tutorial about enabling https for blogger custom domain with cloudflare. Just try them - https://www.google.com/search?q=enable+https+on+blogger&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b#q=https+for+blogger+custom+domain


#6

I can insall SSL and fix mixed content on Blogger custom domain. Check example: bloggingprince.com


#7

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#8

CND is not work well with free domain as well