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How to setup free cloudflare CDN for WordPress Blog

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Hello Friends, Today we will talk about CloudFlare and learn how you can set up Free CloudFlare CDN on your WordPress Blog by creating Free Account on CloudFlare and how can you fasten the Loading Speed of your WordPress Blog from CloudFlare?

How to setup free cloudflare CDN for WordPress Blog
How to setup free cloudflare CDN for WordPress Blog

It is probably not necessary for me to tell you how fast any blog’s loading speed is going to be, because most of the bloggers know that if their blog’s loading speed is slow then it will not be good for their blog.

According to the report of Internet Search Engine, if a blog takes more than 2-3 seconds to open the blog then 50% readers close the blog before it is open i.e. the first impression for your blog’s open speed users And he does not say the last impression

Apart from this, Google has also added the blog’s loading speed to its ranking algorithm i.e., if the blog is open speed slow then that blog will never be able to get a good position in Google’s search ranking, due to which readers traffic) will also get less access.

Therefore, we do not know what all the bloggers do to make the blog’s loading speed superfast, that is, giving very little importance to small load problems from every little girl and also working very hard to solve them and they try everything. Fast forward our blog’s loading speed.

Today, in this post, we are going to talk about something similar that will speed up the loading speed of our blog, which is CloudFlare CDN as well as we will learn how to setup free cloudflare CDN on your WordPress blog. Can be

What is CDN and how does CDN work?

CDN is full form “Content Delivery Network” and as you can understand from its full form, the network of delivering content from computers (servers) at different locations in the world is called CDN.

Let’s understand this in easy language: Let’s assume that a person fades a ball from you very close to you and another person throws a ball from you very far away from you and now I ask you which person’s ball is your Will you come soon?

Now you must be wondering what a stupid question it is because everyone can tell that the nearest person’s ball will come to you soon. Similarly, when you host your blog on a server, that server is present in any one location (country) in the world.

Now assume that your blog is hosted on a server in the US and now if a user accesses your website in the US then the load time of your web pages will be very fast on its browser, if you compare it to Users of India will be able to load on browser.

As I mentioned above, you have a network of CDN servers that send static content (images, CSS and JavaScript) of your blog to users’ computer, from your server nearest to the geographic location of your blog, Let’s load your web pages as quickly as possible.

Now you understand what CDN is but maybe you will have the question in mind that who is providing this CDN, so there are many websites on the internet who provide free and paid CDN service and One of them is CloudFlare, which we will talk about now.

What is CloudFlare and how does CloudFlare work?

Cloudflare is one of the most popular CDN providers today and this is because it offers you a free CDN plan in addition to the premium CDN plan, and this free CDN plan is perfect for any of the small blogs and websites.

Apart from CloudNare CDN service, your blog also protects your blog from DDos attacks and malicious bots and protects your site from being strong.

In the world of Cloudflare there are so many data centers on different locations where they store static files (images, CSS and JavaScript) of your blogs.

Then when a user sends a request from your browser to visit a page of your blog then the cloudflare CDN sends static files to your user’s user page from the user’s nearest data center.

This is the advantage of this process that your blog pages are loaded very quickly on browsers, because most static files are being sent from the CDN servers to the user’s browser, so it does not waste your server’s bandwidth.

CloudFlare can fully trust the CDN because large companies like Google, Microsoft and Qualcomm support Cloudflare, and best of all, you can easily set free cloudflare CDN on your WordPress blog.

How to Free CloudFlare CDN Setup on WordPress Blog?

Step 1: First you open CloudFlare website and click on Sign Up button.

 

Step 2: Now a simple form will open for you to create an account at CloudFlare, in which you have to first enter your email id and then have to set a password for yourself and then last click on the Create Account button. is.

cloudflare login

Step 3: Now CloudFlare’s dashboard will open in front of you and now you have to click on the Add Site button to set up your WordPress blog on CloudFlare CDN.

add your site

Step 4: Now enter your blog’s domain name and then click on the Add Site button. After this, you can select ClouldFlare’s free CDN plan and click on Confirm plan button.

cloudflare plan

Step 5: CloudFlare will fetch your hosting DNS and show it in front of you and now you have to click on the Continue button.

cloudflare

Step 6: In this step you have to change the nameservers of your domain, so now copy the CloudFlare nameservers that are showing in front of you now by copying them to your current nameservers and then click on the Continue button.

change the nameservers of your domain

If you do not know what Nameservers are and how to change Domain Nameservers, you can read my post by clicking on the given link.

Step 7: After changing Nameservers and then clicking on the continue button, you will see the Pandding status show that it will take about 24 hours to update your Nameservers and then your site will be active at CloudFlare.

Nameservers pending status

Important Note: If you have more than one blog, then you do not have to create separate cloudflare accounts for everyone. You can add any number of sites to a single account.

Hello Friends, I hope you like this post on how to make free CloudFlare CDN Setup on the WordPress Blog. If you have any questions or suggestions related to this post, then comment below and share this post with your friends.

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Pankaj Singh is the Senior Software Developer and the Founder of ‘Goophe’. He has a very deep interest in all current affairs topics whatsoever. Well, he is the power of our team and he lives in Delhi. who loves to be a self dependent person.
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