Trying to map Cloudflare DNS to Azure

I have a domain from, and I’ve applied Cloudflare’s DNS servers to it - Cloudflare now has control. I am trying to actual have content on my website. Currently it’s just this weird ad page generated by Sedo domains or something…? The link from Azure CDN works, as in I have an index.html page that I tested and works.

I just want to combine Azure CDN and Cloudflare to actually upload my files.

When I try to make a CNAME to point the domain name to the Azure domain, I get an Error Code 1004: Content for Cname record is invalid:
(Exact Example) is an alias of and has its traffic proxied through Cloudflare.

“” is not on Cloudflare. But when setting up a CNAME, you need to leave off the https://, as you’re only aliasing bare hostnames.

The filler for the “domain” thing is my actual name, that’s why I replaced it with that as an example

Though when I left off the https after I read that, and ran the link - the webpage says " The request URI is invalid." Is it on Azures side? I may need to do steps in that case

Thank you for replying!

Can you post a screenshot of the error? It seems a non-Cloudflare error from the working, but only a screenshot will confirm.

Ok, this is a different error.

You can’t mix A/AAAA with CNAMEs. It’s one or the other per DNS spec. You can have an almost infinite number of A/AAAA records or one CNAME record.

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Now I get this when I run my webpage

Our services aren’t available right now

We’re working to restore all services as soon as possible. Please check back soon.


That isn’t really a screenshot, but I’m 99.9% confident it’s Azure’s message. IDs on Cloudflare don’t include non-alphanumeric characters.

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