My website still shows Cloudflare headers all over the network source after removing Cloudflare. Yes, I’ve changed nameservers to AWS, and I even confirmed with AWS support that nameservers were indeed working fine. I ran my DNS to also confirm. I’ve also removed my site from Cloudflare after nameservers went into effect. When I inspect, however, it still shows Cloudflare as the server. All of the hits are misses, but I believe it’s effecting my ability to use another CDN, and I don’t know how to fix it. Any help would be appreciated.
What domain are we talking about?
Could it be the case, that you are not using Cloudflare directly anymore, but for example the service you are using itself is using Cloudflare and therefore you still see Cloudflare headers, even after you removed your site?
Trmlx.com. Site is hosted on AWS and there are no plugins or hosting mechanisms that would cause it to still be served on Cloudflare. I’ve gone back and forth many times over the years, and I’ve never seen it stay stuck on Cloudflare like this before.
I do not see any Cloudflare Headers. Also the NS are indeed at AWS: DNS Checker - DNS Check Propagation Tool
Maybe some local cache?
And now (after 4 days), neither do I. Sigh, that’s the way it works I guess. I appreciate your help anyways. Cheers.
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