How to Setup CloudFlare on Siteground Within a Minute

It’s always recommended to enable a CDN for your website to reduce the database requests for better responsiveness. Many people have asked for a guide to setup CloudFlare on Siteground.

You would be interested to know that Siteground is providing the CloudFlare option in its cPanel which means you can enable it with a few clicks.

Though most of the people are afraid to deal with such technical stuff still the use of the cPanel is what you need in this method.

In this tutorial, you will learn how easy it is to setup CloudFlare on Siteground.

The Steps Required to Enable CloudFlare

To accomplish your goal, you need to follow this step by step guide. There is nothing complicated. You just have to do the exact same as I am going to mention here.

Step 1: — Login to your cPanel and look for the Site Improvement tools. CloudFlare will be there.

Click on the icon.

Step 2: — A new page will get opened and you will see your domain name. If you’re running multiple domains, you just need to select the domain for which, you want to enable the CDN.

Click on the “Activate Free” button.

Step 3: — You will see a popup which will be asking about the CloudFlare account. It will show the email ID you have created your account on Siteground.

If you’re using any other email address on CloudFlare then you can use that.


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