I have used Cloudflare sparingly over the years, and have usually been able to turn to my hosting company for assistance, as they provide Cloudflare to customers. But this is different in that I am starting out as a web designer, and am running into issues modifying a site I was tasked to redesign an existing site. The site has gone offline a few times when I have modified it, and sure enough I am getting Cloudflare error messages for the site. I do not have any information regarding Cloudflare, as the owner has next to no IT knowledge. He just wants SSL added to the site, and wants aspects of his site changed. The only thing I can see within the site on the backend that references Cloudflare is Wordfence and W3 Cache. I do not tend to work with either, and can find no option to turn these aspects off temporarily. I have tried deactivating those plugins, but still run into the same issues. I need to create a page rule for a plugin to determine if the reason I can not run it is because of a conflict with Cloudflare. Not having any sort of login information, because the owner of the site does not have any information regarding Cloudflare (he actually requested to have it setup, and didn’t know he already had it running on his site). At this point, what options do I have to create a page rule, in Cloudflare to determine if what I am encountering is a Cloudflare issue?