OK. I guess I don’t understand … well … I know I don’t fully.
Understand that eb4us.com is a “shared site or server” (if I’m using those terms correctly.) So maybe that has something to do with what you’re seeing. It’s a website development platform that I’m testing – specifically now to see if it will play nice with CloudFlare.
Earlier today I set up the EasyDNS DNS records to get the site working properly. At that time, the name servers stayed with EasyDNS and the DNS records were set according to the earlier picture – as the web host required. All worked well. My site loaded.
Then I added the domain to my CloudFlare account to see if it would work there. CloudFlare wouldn’t take both CNAME records related to the primary domain. Adhering to the CloudFlare setup sequence, I changed the nameservers at EasyDNS to point to CloudFlare as CloudFlare requires. CloudFlare confirmed – and still reflects – Active status.
Then, per my web host’s requirements, I tried to add the second CNAME record for eb4us.com, but got the CloudFlare error. I then changed the www record to an alias of eb4us.com instead of an alias of my domain, just to see if that might work. It didn’t, so I started the community thread we’re on now.
But now it at least appears that everything has worked itself out. The site is loading again.
But it sounds like you’re saying the traffic isn’t even going through CloudFlare yet. So, what does Status = Active mean in CloudFlare?
Many thanks for your patience,