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- Type: Autoinstalling
- Difficulty: Easy
- Time to apply: Less than 5 min
- Updated: March 2, 2013
Keeps your CloudFlare DNS updated, creating records for all your new subdomains.
Max 1000 new records per hour, per CloudFlare API limits.
Every time a new blog is created, a CNAME record will be added via the CloudFlare API.rnrnThis allows you to accelerate and protect individual CNAMEs since CloudFlare does not proxy wildcard entries.
If your network is already populated with 1000 or more blogs, this plugin will not be able to sync all pre-existing sites, per CloudFlare API limits, but it will prompt you to export the zone file to upload on your CloudFlare DNS Settings page.
Don’t know what CloudFlare is? Check the Overview.
This plugin can be run in conjunction with the official CloudFlare plugin which can be found here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cloudflare/
This plug-in was not written by CloudFlare, Inc.
Updated to work with CloudFlare API changes.
You can now Sync up to 1000 blogs at a time instead of 300.
You can activate/deactivate individual sub domains on CloudFlare from the plugin or activate all.
Success message added to the create new blog screen to confirm it has been added and activated on CloudFlare.
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