I don’t have any connections with Cloudflare, I don’t buy anything, I don’t have services ordered. I am wasting a lot of time and a lot of money, Over the past few days I have had more than 50 cases (!) of pages being blocked with Cloudflare error message 520 or 526 and indicating that there is a problem with the host. In addition, the portal’s speed has dropped dramatically. Bluehost claims that the page speed is OK. Why is Cloudflare blocking my site and how can I stop it? This situation causes a lot of damage to my business.
Cloudflare is not blocking anything, these issues indicate problems on your server.
If you do not want to use Cloudflare you simply need to disable it. That most likely has to happen on your hosting account, contact your host for details.
What’s the domain?
I did not order Cloudflare service. I dont understand why the Cloudflare “takes care” about my site. The bluehost (host server) states that speed and everything is OK. They show me the speed test. I contacted to bluehost 3 times. Domain is kickalgor.com
That site is not using Cloudflare at all. It points straight to your host. Should your host have activated it, then you need to clarify that with them I am afraid.
Feels like Joseph K. in the novel by Franz Kafka. Cloudflare blocks my pages (I have evidence of several screens) claiming that there is a problem with Bluehost. Bluehost says it’s not its problem. Two big global companies are fu…g me and what am I supposed to do?
Contact your host or change your host if they cannot help you.
Cloudflare is not involved here, as I said your domain does not point to Cloudflare.
Can you provide a link to a page that does not load?
Cloudflare is a DNS based proxy service. If you are getting Cloudflare related errors while visiting a website that site is using Cloudflare’s proxy services. If the site in question returning those errors is your own, then your assertion you are not using Cloudflare’s services would appear to be incorrect.
Without knowing the domain it is impossible for anyone in the forums to provide you with any additional detail.
That website is using BlueHost’s Cloudflare integration. You’ll have to ask Bluehost to remove your site from Cloudflare.
That seems to be more than a partner setup as that is not a Cloudflare address.
But anyhow, only the host can address that and hence the OP needs to contact them.
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