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  • Yes, but only for one error
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  • Heck yes, my error pages are all custom!
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It’s one of those things that I think from time to time but then, our web devs and designers are always busy with other tasks :sweat_smile: .
If we had the option to make the JS Challenge invisible, I’d enable that right away. It feels a bit awkward that all plans advertise the DDoS Protection by Cloudflare logo.


I think the biggest reason I don’t make heavy use of the custom error pages is that is tries to inline 100% of the page, which doesn’t feel necessary to me as the only option. I wish I could whitelist even a single external resource to load stylesheets, images, and JS from. Like, sure, my web heads are down, and that’s a problem, but that doesn’t mean my S3 bucket is erroring out.

Also, I wish you could get rid of the CF branding at higher tiers. Free, absolutely, CF logos everywhere, and Pro is debatable, but its weird on Business.


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