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[Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Cloudflare and https ssl

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  • The only real way to do this right now, if your intention is to have your SSL certificate show, is to move your SSL to a subdomain & then add the subdomain to CloudFlare as something we don’t proxy.

    We might have a solution for users to use their own certificates in the future. Is there a reason you don’t want CloudFlare to also proxy the SSL portions of your site, besides the issue with the cert name showing?

    Thanks for responding, Damon,

    We have a dedicated, private certificate, correctly installed and activated in Plesk (confirmed by GeoTrust), established on an exclusive IP address.

    It is important for us to show our own certificate for a number of reasons. One of them being the trust worthiness. Another would be the way it influences our ranking in relation to our competitors.

    Using a subdomain would not work for the certificate we purchased.

    Any ideas?

    Sincerely,
    Angie

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes

    @fredericktownes

    Ping cloudflare guys…

    Hi,

    The only way to really show your own SSL would be to upload your own SSL to CloudFlare. This does, however, require a Business Level account (200.00 month) to display your cert:( The only other workaround is the subdomain option mentioned.

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