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  • Plugin Author Frederick Townes

    (@fredericktownes)

    Yes, in network mode on the general settings tab you have to deselect the checkbox that applies your settings to the entire network. Obviously you need to be mapping subdomains or otherwise configure cloudflare to manage subdomains (somehow) otherwise.

    Yes, I am mapping subdomains.

    But I’m afraid you’ve lost me.

    Most sections under the general settings tab have a checkbox for “Apply the settings above to the entire network.”

    However, the relevant section in this case, “Network Security and Performance Powered by CloudFlare” does not have such a checkbox. (Note that this is different from the CDN section.)

    Moreover, even if it did have such a checkbox, it isn’t at all clear where I’d put in an API key or domain name (or any other settings) for individual domains.

    Is it possible to network activate W3TC and use its CloudFlare functionality with multiple domains? And if so, how?

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes

    (@fredericktownes)

    Sorry, it’s been quite some time and this reminds me, there are various limitations with the API. You might try the plugin made by Cloudflare to see if it can do what you need and not use the CF integration in W3TC.

    Thank you, Frederick.

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes

    (@fredericktownes)

    You’re welcome.

    Just to be sure I’ve got you right Frederick ~ does that mean the latest version can be used in a multisite network (and must therefore be network activated) and cannot provide individual caching to subsites, just to the main site?

    Terence.

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