And I want the stock market to crash, IBM and MSFT really are too expensive right now. But then, I - neither - asked NYSE nicely please and thank you
If you want an answer to a question, it might be possibly a good idea to read the answers to that question. The link I posted addresses your exact question and I really dont know what should warrant your response.
As the link already said (plus @sdayman), you need a Business plan if you want your own certificate to show up.
Nothing is worse. The free certificate works just as well, hence my question “why you’d want it”. You’d only need a dedicated certificate if you want more than one level, but that is still not related to your own certificate.
I guess Google wouldnt even care about a self-signed certificate, but then thats really all quite irrelevant. Have a valid certificate on your server and a free Universal certificate and you should be fine.
What? I am not sure where you are taking all that information from, but so far it has been mostly inaccurate I am afraid.
No, the certificate has absolutely nothing to do with the encryption between Cloudflare and the server. That is solely determined by your encryption mode and that mode should be “Full strict” and “Full strict” only. Of course you also need a certificate on your own server.
Hello I would like to use the CDN for some static content, but need the user to see the SSL installed on the server, and not the CloudFlare SSL. Does the SSL/TLS option: “FULL Encrypts end-to-end, using a self signed certificate on the server” use my certificate for the CDN content? or how does it work? Does this work on the FREE/20$PRO plans? I need a to enable the “zero-downtime failover” DNS feature, but can’t find anything in the control panel on how it works. Do I set up multiple A/A
Cloudflare covers the base domain and one layer of subdomains, so example.com and *.example.com. Unless you need more depth than that, or have some sort of other unusual situation, Cloudflare’s free certificate should be fine.