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[RESOLVED] Fix WordPress Admin Issues easily with CloudFlare Page Rules

To fix Fixing WordPress Admin Issues with CloudFlare Page Rules

  1. Login CloudFlare account
  2. Go to Page Rules
  3. Click Create Page Rules
  4. type your full website like this url e.g.
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Google partners with Cloudflare and TripleLift to improve AMP ads

Google is making a number of ad partner announcements around its Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) format today. The idea behind AMP is to speed up the mobile web experience for users and it’s no secret that ads play a major role in making regular mobile (and desktop) pages load slowly. 209 more words


Twitter releases national security letters

Over the last eight months, tech companies have slowly been revealing that they’ve received national security letters from the Federal Bureau of Investigation that force the firms to secretly disclose user data to the government. 240 more words


Cloudflare and CREDO are still gagged from talking about national security letters

For more than a decade, CEOs of major tech companies have opened innocuous envelopes to find letters from the FBI inside, letters that demand these CEOs share information about their customers without telling anyone — except their lawyers — about it. 1,220 more words


Cloudflare explains how FBI gag order impacted business

Cloudflare issued its biannual transparency report yesterday, detailing the government requests for user data it received during the latter half of 2016. Many tech companies make regular disclosures about these types of requests in an effort to be more transparent with their users, and, following the passage of the USA Freedom Act, … 543 more words


How to Use Google Analytics on a WordPress.com Blog

NOTE: This post applies only to those sites hosted on WordPress.com.

What is Google Analytics?

According to Wikipedia, Google Analytics is a freemium web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports traffic to your website. 504 more words


Cloudflare acquires Eager to enhance app platform

Cloudflare announced today that it has acquired Eager, a tool for easily integrating apps into any website. The company did not disclose the purchase price, but Eager’s four employees will be joining Cloudflare, and continuing to work out of their Cambridge, MA office — at least for the time being. 455 more words