I am looking for what is the best way to setup the Cloudflare account to be friendly with the Cloudflare TOS :
I created a platform where users can create websites.
The platform will deliver html pages for each user’s website, initially under a subdomain:
All the media images for these users are served through a subdomain:
Question: Can this subdomain be called cdn, cloudflare, or media? Or what should it be called?
If a user say usersite1 has a domain name called usersite1.tld, he points the NAMESERVERS of his domain name to Cloudflare from his registrar.
Then, to make his life easier, his domain is added to the platformdomain.tld’s Cloudflare account with the API and the DNS is configured in Cloudflare to point to the same IP as:
Thus, usersite1.tld will show it’s right html files, his site.
Question: Can this be done in this way to be Cloudflare TOS friendly?
Question: Can media.platformdomain.tld still serve his images for his domain usersite1.tld?
Question: To make things easier for the user so that he doesn’t have to do anything, can the CloudFlare Registrar service be used to buy his domain and configure it in the platformdomain.tld’s Cloudflare account so that it is configured automatically?