Repropogate my DNS

(Apologies in advance for posting something that’s probably already been answered. My attempt to search for prior answers didn’t turn anything up.)
Right now I’m unable to publish a blog post on my WordPress site. My hosting company (Aplus) initially said the problem was that my site shows as hosted by Cloudflare. But when they gave me their IP to replace for the A and WWW records, that’s what’s already in my Cloudflare account. However it’s not what shows up when they look. So they recommended that I need to get Cloudflare to repropogate my DNS settings. I don’t see how to do that.

Is your website proxied?

If that DNS entry is set to :orange:, then the public IP address isn’t going to change.

If something is broken, you may want to try “Pause Cloudflare on Site” from the Overview page while your host troubleshoots the problem.

If it’s a Caching issue, try a cache Purge Everything. From the Overview or Caching tab.

Hmm. I would appear to be proxied (on the DNS page of the Cloudflare dash). I don’t entirely know why. Or, more accurately, I don’t know what it means that it’s proxied or if I could safely change that setting…

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