I tried CloudFlare and have an issue. What should I do?

When you enable CloudFlare, there should be no noticeable difference to your website. If your site is loading slowing after enabling CloudFlare, there is most likely a problem. First, disable CloudFlare by clicking the orange cloud so it becomes gray. Second, report the issue to Hoopla Hosting. The Hoopla Hosting team will work with CloudFlare to resolve the issue.

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