i’m trying to setup cloudflare with square but squarespace algorithm doesn’t have 13 i already transferred my domain to cloudflare. i cant open a support ticket, my domain is with cloudflare yet i get no help whatsoever
What is that domain?
can you elaborate on that a bit, I am not sure at all what that means.
Cloudflare customers on any plan can open registrar, billing and account tickets.
Are you seeing ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS??
It is always better to help yourself first and then let us know where you’re having issues. Whn you post, including the error message or number and then actually clicking that link on that error message or number would have taken you to a ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS CommunityTip that would let you know there is a setting resulting in the ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS and QuickFix ideas to correct ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS.
The errors “The page isn’t redirecting properly” or “ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS” indicates a redirect loop between Cloudflare and your origin server. The easiest fix for this is to remove the redirect on your origin server. For a more detailed set of options, review the troubleshooting suggestions in this Community Tip. Let us know if you continue to see issues after trying the Quick Fix Ideas in the Tip, we’re happy to help further.
What error are you getting when you go to open a ticket?
Yes I am getting an ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS.
algorithm 13 is for DNSSEC, which Squarespace doesn’t support, yet Squarespace says it supports cloudflare.
The site is using cloudflare nameservers, but squarespace is the registrar.
Squarespace should ideally support this, but if it doesn’t, you’d have to contact Squarespace support for further assistance. It’s essential that the registrar supports the necessary algorithms for DNSSEC to work correctly.
With that being said, I know there are a lot of customers on this site that use squarespace:, perhaps they’re not enabling DNSSEC.
I’d click through that too many redirects error and look at the last two quicifix ideas
3. If you host a Wordpress site, read about potential issues with Flexible SSL .
4. Enable Full or Full (Strict) mode. Learn more about all the SSL options available through Cloudflare.
Full (strict) is always your best bet. Once the site is secure, you can decide next steps to enable DNSSEC.
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