The CloudFlare WordPress Plugin ensures your WordPress blog is running optimally on the CloudFlare platform.
CloudFlare should have fixed this a long time ago.
I decided to try Cloudflare this holiday weekend on a bunch of my sites -- all of which are also running W3 Total Cache with Cloufront CDN.
I had a few questions along the way and submitted tickets in the CF dashboard. Within minutes (on a holiday weekend!) I received answers that got me on my way. It was the best support I have EVER seen.
I have been testing my sites and I'm seeing very clear speed improvements with CF added to the W3TC/Cloudfront setup. I considered my sites highly optimized before trying CF -- and now they are simply screaming. I'd say CF reduced load time of every site by about 10%. I'll take it. The response time of my site with the highest traffic went from about 490ms to 440ms -- and the total load time was reduced by more -- I'd say about 25% -- from just under 2 seconds to around 1.5 seconds.
These results are with the "Pro" account level which enables the "Rocket Loader" feature. Well worth the money.
If you have any questions - ask me. If you have a busy site, lots of plugins and significant traffic, W3TC/Cloudfront/Cloudflare is the killer combination.
This plugin just connects your WordPress site to CloudFlare. Since I started using CloudFlare on a few sites a few months ago, it's greatly reduced comment spam and contact form spam. According to my CloudFlare dashboard, it's also blocking botnet zombies and other threats, reducing the risk of my sites hacked. It also serves as a CDN (content delivery network), but my sites were fast enough before that I haven't noticed a difference.
Easy to use
very good plugins
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