Cloudflare has deprecated the mandatory Cloudflare companion APIs required to handle domains via cPanel. The elimination of the cPanel plugin doesn’t imply you can’t use the service, although.
It simply means you’ll now not have the ability to handle your Cloudflare integrations throughout the GreenGeeks cPanel dashboard, or some other cPanel host, for that matter.
This doesn’t imply your web sites will cease engaged on the favored CDN. It merely means you’ll now not have the ability to add, handle, or configure the domains on Cloudflare immediately out of your cPanel.
To assist ease the transition course of, we’ve outlined what that you must know and the way this may occasionally affect your GreenGeeks web site.
Prospects with Current Cloudflare Configurations
There will likely be no affect on current Cloudflare configurations. The data which are at present configured to level to Cloudflare will proceed to resolve as regular.
This implies you gained’t must make any changes to the configurations you have already got in place.
To make modifications to a site beforehand configured with Cloudflare via GreenGeeks, you’ll must entry the Cloudflare Dashboard.
Prospects With out Earlier Cloudflare Configuration
Because the characteristic has been deprecated, you’ll now not have the ability to configure new domains for Cloudflare via your GreenGeeks cPanel.
This implies you’ll must log immediately into the Cloudflare Dashboard to configure and handle your domains.
For extra data on how this modification might affect your websites, please consult with our Help article outlining the Cloudflare deprecation.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may occasionally trigger.
In a Nutshell…
Despite the fact that the API integration for Cloudflare has been deprecated from the cPanel, you’ll nonetheless have the ability to handle your domains via Cloudflare’s dashboard. Any domains that have been added previous to this modification will nonetheless be energetic on Cloudflare.
The underside line is that the perform has merely been faraway from cPanel.