- Currently, requests must be directed to www.yourdomain.com instead of domain.com (which means you may need to make some configuration changes). WordPress installations are automatically adjusted.


- CloudFlare may affect internal statistic programs that read directly from Apache logs. (Awstats, Analog, Webailzer, etc.). CloudFlare will not affect web-based analytic programs that use JavaScript like Google Analytics.


- While your logs will reflect fewer requests to your server and therefore lower load, the experience to your visitors should be unaffected.


- CloudFlare caches static content from your site. While this reduces the load on the server, it means that if you make a change to an existing static file, like an image, there may be a delay before the change appears. While you are updating your site, you can put CloudFlare in 'Development Mode' so changes appear immediately.


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