Just like I stated, Cloudflare is hosting the domain right now not the web service. So I have transferred the DOMAIN HOSTING SERVICE to Cloudflare, and now the site is inactive. So I want to know how the domain DNS can be changed to point properly. Thank you.
Cloudflare does not run any servers that allow you to put your website on it [other than via serverless, but i doubt you’re using that]. CF is only a proxy to a server you already have that runs your actual website.
Your web host (I guess Namecheap if you’re paying for something like wordpress hosting or other hosting) should provide you an IP address you’ll need to put into the DNS tab at Cloudflare. This shouldn’t have changed when you transferred to CF, but your old host might have deactivated the hosting on transfer.
Do you mean change nameservers away from Cloudflare, or just managing DNS? Cf runs a DNS service and you can manage the DNS records on the DNS page, but you can’t actually change the authoritative nameservers away from Cloudflare when it’s the registrar.
Apologies if I have misunderstood, but I believe what you are saying is that you have transferred the domain name to Cloudflare Registrar but the nameservers no longer point to Cloudflare.
If so, your old registrar probably reset them on the way out and you will need to contact Cloudflare support to get them to reset the nameservers.
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