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Apr
7
answered Webpage loading with wrong content-type after setting up CloudFlare
Mar
18
answered Disable __cfduid cookie from Cloudflare
Mar
7
answered CloudFlare blocking NVD3 Chart on my website
Mar
6
answered Can using Varnish still help to improve the performance of my site if I already use CloudFlare?
Mar
5
answered Pages crawled with Cloudflare
Feb
11
answered Does CloudFlare cache videos, and would this wildcard Page Rule work for that?
Jan
10
comment How to SEO one “routing” image URL to multiple canonical image URLs?
We actually outline why we don't charge for bandwidth here: blog.cloudflare.com/the-folly-of-charging-by-bandwidth
Jan
10
comment Speeding up website“speed”?
Thanks for the mention. I thought I would just add that CloudFlare gzips as well. What we gzip: support.cloudflare.com/entries/… A lot of people don't seem to notice that we do this.
Jan
6
answered How does a CDN like ClouldFlare work?
Dec
3
awarded  Yearling
Jul
25
answered Too many “access denied” errors showing in Google Webmaster Tools
Jan
3
answered Problems Using CloudFlare On Blogger
Jul
10
answered Website speed issues
Apr
12
answered Site failing randomly - could it be Cloudflare or something weird in the JS?
Mar
15
awarded  Revival
Mar
15
awarded  Teacher
Mar
15
answered How to make CloudFlare cache everything?
Mar
15
answered Can I have a backup name server?
Aug
3
comment Deliver my website all over the world hosting
I actually work for CloudFlare and thought I would clarify some of the statements in this question. 1. CloudFlare ISN'T a hosting provider. 2. CloudFlare IS a CDN because we cache static content & distribute it to our global datacenters. 3. CloudFlare is also a DNS provider and security solution. If you need to edit/add/modify DNS records, you need to do that on the CloudFlare site as well.