I have two questions here, 1.can we use cloudflare and quick.cloud services for one website?
I am using litespeed cache plugin for my wordpress website so does cloudflare services cache the website to speed up the website? cause using two cache services can slow down the website, I would love to give faster loading experience to my customers.
I need your help in understanding this
From the topic title, it may be a good choice depending on your website type and purpose.
QUIC.cloud even has a tutorial on how to do this, I would suggest below article:
Should I use Cloudflare with QUIC.cloud CDN? To answer that question, let’s look at the route that a user request takes with QUIC.cloud alone, and then look at what happens when you add Cloudflare. Without Cloudflare Without Cloudflare, all requests...
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litespeed cache plugin
Should work fine with Cloudflare.
Haven’t used it, but it seems to me it’s a new CDN service?
If they are not properly configured, I believe there could be some issues for user experience for the website visitors.
May I just add few links here for better understanding:
If you want to cache your WordPress post webpage / published articles - as they are - the HTML, you might want to first check below link:
Nevertheless, there is a way to cache even a HTML webpage using a Page Rule with
Cache Level: Cache Everything option:
Consolidate your site optimization plugins and improve your workflow: enable Cloudflare management in LSCache for WordPress! Learn all about it in this week's WordPress Wednesday.
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May I also suggest below posts as they could be related and help you a bit:
May I ask if you are using a Free or Pro plan?
I wonder if the WordPress REST API could be disabled by some of the Manged WAF Rules, but I doubt if so.
Furthermore, as it’s stated, check your plugins if they are blocking any of the REST API calls - did you checked that?
Disabled all of them, therefore re-check if you get the JSON error 401 or not?
Can you ask them to provide you with them or find the IPs somewhere?
Here are the IPs which I would allow/bypass (whitelist at Cloudflare):
@cloudcreatr stated, it comming from your origin host / server.
When I do curl -I -XPOST https://projectbeta.xyz/wp-json/litespeed/v1/token, it return me this:
Normally, I am an visitor - and not logged-in user, so I could expect this at least from my point of understanding:
date: Fri, 03 Dec 2021 23:09:08 GMT
content-type: application/json; charset=UTF-8
link: <https://projectbeta.xyz/wp-json/>; rel="https://api.w.org/"
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