This plugin was closed on December 13, 2018 and is no longer available for download. Reason: Author Request.


Great security and free

I give Cloudflare five stars, especially since they started offering domain registrar services along with the DNS security. However, I must admit that Cloudflare and Jetpack don't get along well. Every other day or so, I'm locked out of my website by Jetpack, which thinks the CloudFlare IP is a dangerous address. If Jetpack doesn't release my site as soon as I want, I can always FTP in and rename Jetpack long enough to bypass the lockout.

Didn’t work for my WordPress site

As soon as you download and Activate this plugin there immediately appear nag messages in your Dashboard suggesting a number of other plugins you should install too. The one at the top of the list appears to be essential, I think it has 'Force SSL' in its name (it's deleted now so can't be exact). Some of the other ones look more like the developer just wants you to use all of his or her plugins whether you actually need them or not, without much indication about how necessary or important or helpful they might be. So I installed this plugin and then the second one with the name that makes it look like it's the only one I really needed anyway, but even with both plugins installed and Activated, they didn't do anything. Mixed Content errors still appeared like they did before (and yes I Purged the Cloudflare cache and tried Development Mode). Tried to join their Facebook Group for support as they suggested but three hours later in the middle of a Wednesday in EST they still hadn't gotten around to approving me. I found that the 'SSL Insecure Content Fixer' plugin worked right away to fix Cloudflare's Mixed Content errors. As powerful and useful as is, I wish they would make their 'Always use HTTPS' option in the Crypto section just work right instead of needing a plugin to fix mixed content errors. BTW Cloudflare's own plugin was even buggier than this one, with only a blank Setup screen showing up in the Dashboard after installation and Activation. At least this plugin's Setup page sort of worked, but the Development Mode switch apparently doesn't communicate effectively with and turn it off and on there too, so consequently you can't be sure the Purge Cache functionality works either.
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