Subject: Data Display Issue on Cloudflare: Need Assistance

Hello Cloudflare Community,

I hope this message finds you well. I’m writing to seek your expertise and assistance regarding an issue I’ve encountered with my website’s data display while using Cloudflare.

The problem I’m facing is related to the display of data tables and other crucial information on my website. Strangely, when Cloudflare is active, these components do not display properly or function as expected. However, when Cloudflare is deactivated, everything works smoothly.

To provide some context, I’m using Cloudflared tunneling for my website. I’ve tested and verified that the issue indeed stems from the interaction between Cloudflare and my website’s components. It’s clear that there’s a compatibility or configuration concern that’s preventing the data from being displayed correctly when Cloudflare is active.

I’ve made significant efforts to troubleshoot the issue, but unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find a solution on my own. I’ve ensured that my website’s settings and configurations are in line with Cloudflare’s recommendations, but the problem persists.

Given the importance of data display on my website, I’m reaching out to the Cloudflare community for any insights, guidance, or suggestions you might have. Has anyone encountered a similar issue before? If so, how did you go about resolving it?

I’m open to any recommendations, troubleshooting steps, or best practices you can provide. Your expertise would be greatly appreciated, as I’m eager to have my website fully functional while benefiting from Cloudflare’s services.

Thank you in advance for your time and assistance. I’m looking forward to hearing from fellow community members who can help shed light on this matter.

Sorry to hear about the issue you’re facing. Let’s try to troubleshoot this.

  1. Try to check if you have any active page rules in the Cloudflare dashboard that might affect the display of these components.
  2. Check your Cloudflare security settings. Sometimes, high security settings can interfere with website functionality.
  3. Enable Development Mode in the Cloudflare dashboard to bypass the Cloudflare cache. This will tell you whether it’s a caching issue.
  4. Finally, check your website’s console logs for any JavaScript errors. If Cloudflare’s Auto Minify or Rocket Loader features are enabled, they may cause conflicts.

If none of these work, please provide more specific details about the nature of the display issue, and exact steps to reproduce if possible.

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