Discontinuation of Cloudflare CDN cPanel and Plesk plugins

Due to maintenance and support costs, Cloudflare is discontinuing the CDN plugins for cPanel and Plesk. The functionality of these products will end on noviembre 1, 2022, and they will be removed from cPanel and Plesk. This means you will no longer be able to manage your Cloudflare settings from within cPanel and Plesk. Instead, you must log in to Cloudflare directly to manage your settings.

This removal should have no impact on site operation. Existing Cloudflare domains and accounts will continue to serve traffic and will not be impacted. However, if you have been using the Cloudflare CDN plugin to manage your Cloudflare settings, you should verify access to your direct Cloudflare account as soon as possible by visiting https://dash.cloudflare.com/login.

We apologize for any inconvenience, and appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

If you are a Turbo Hosting customer, consider including LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress (LSCWP) to integrate Cloudflare with WordPress. Or, you may want to consider using QUIC.cloud, a Cloudflare alternative, for integrating your WordPress site with a CDN.

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