Do I need to change my nameservers to use CloudFlare?

No, we recommend if you with to use CloudFlare that you enable it by our cPanel plugin. CloudFlare functionality is still the same but you can easily enable or disable CloudFlare as required.

Please keep your nameservers as ns1.hooplahosting.com and ns2.hooplahosting.com

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