How to add CloudFlare to GoDaddy Hosting

How to add CloudFlare to GoDaddy Hosting

Welcome to our new post about GoDaddy and Cloudflare. Initially, if you want to speed up your website you should try Cloudflare. Cloudflare accelerates your website with different technologies

This article will teach you how to  Cloudflare to GoDaddy Hosting

Change the nameservers from GoDaddy to Cloudflare
Connect your root domain in Cloudflare
Add the custom domain in Art Storefronts.
This means you will be adding the www version of your domain to Art Storefronts(i.e.
What you will need:

A Godaddy account
A Cloudflare Account
Nameservers pointing to Cloudflare
Step 1: Add your domain in Cloudflare
Log into your Cloudflare account
Add your site by clicking ‘Add Site’ on the top right-hand side of your browsermceclip1.png
Put your preferred domain name
Select your preferred plan
Review your DNS Records
Cloudflare will then give you the new nameservers to change in your domain provider. In this case, it will be GoDaddy.mceclip5.png
What Next?

Change Nameservers in Go Daddy

Step 2: Changing your domain nameservers to Cloudflare
Enter your domain at ICANN WHOIS field:
Note: Please save the Name Server records somewhere safe just in-case you need them in the near future
Log in to the administrator account for GoDaddy domain registrarmceclip8.pngmceclip9.png
Click on the DNS Records of your chosen domain
Change your DNS Records (NAMESERVERS) to what your Cloudflare account recommended.mceclip11.pngmceclip12.pngmceclip13.png
Go back to your Cloudflare account and mark that you are Done with changing the nameservers values
After Cloudflare is done checking your new nameservers, you can now go ahead and start the Art Storefront part
Step 3 Adding Your Domain CNAME Record for ASF
From within your Cloudflare account, navigate to your DNS settingsmceclip15.png
Change the value of the www CNAME Record to
Make sure that www is marked as the name
Enter as the target
Select Automatic TTL
The cloud should be orange with a grey arrow through it
Add a Root Domain CName Record
From within your Cloudflare account, navigate to your DNS settings
Select CNAME from the dropdown menu
Enter @ as the name
Enter as the target
Select Automatic TTL
The cloud should be orange with a grey arrow through it
Click Save

Step 4 Adding Your Page Redirect Rule
Back at the top navigation, click Page Rules
If you don’t already have one, create a new page rule
Enter your domain as*
Note: in place of yourdomain you see here you will enter your actual domain
Add a Setting
Select Forwarding URL
Under Select Status Code click 301 – Permanent Redirect
For the destination URL, enter in this exact format$1
Note: in place of ‘yourdomain’ enter your actual domain
Click Save and Deploy
What you can do now

Add Your Domain Within Art Storefront
Add a Cloudflare subdomain to Art Storefront

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