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Using CloudFlare with SSL websites

If you have SSL certificate, your website can still use CloudFlare, however there is an additional step. If your SSL is on its own sub-domain (i.e. SSL), then ensure that this sub-domain is marked with a gray cloud. If your SSL is on your root domain or www, then you have to upgrade to the paid, Pro service and follow the directions outlined here: http://www.cloudflare.com/wiki/How_do_I_add_SSL_support_for_a_domain%3F

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