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How to enable CloudFlare through cPanel

Thanks to a unique partnership with CloudFlare and HostHero, our customers have the ability to enable CloudFlare from inside their cPanel account. In order to use CloudFlare simply follow the instructions below: 

1. Click on the Cloudflare Icon in  your cPanel account under the  Software/Services section.

2. Enter your email address and accept the Terms.

3. Select the domain you want to enable CloudFlare for on the box on the left.

4. The interface will pull up a list of sub-domains you can enable CloudFlare protection on, click on the grey clouds for the sub-domains you want to enable and wait for them to turn orange.  Once the icon is orange then that domain is enabled, a grey icon means it is disabled.

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