Thank you, @danish1, I removed the screen shot but thank you for sharing it.
As you look at the records on that tab, the ones that have an orange cloud have traffic going through Cloudflare, those with do not. You click a to turn it and to change to . It’s a handy thing to know to toggle for testing.
It looks like those records were scanned and imported when you added the zone (domain) to Cloudflare and I don’t know the details of what they’re all doing. But, focusing on the ones to get your site to render, I do the following.
First, here is a good tutorial on the general process for the records, Adding DNS Records. There are a lot of tips and posts on this site that explain what an A record is v. what a CNAME is, v. an AAAA, so I’m not going to repeat the details here of what they do.
For now, I see that you need an A record that points to your origin IP.
- To do that, I’d add an A record
- Name it @ (that will automatically change to your domain name)
- The value should be your ip address ending in 216
- Time to live should be Automatic
- Add the record and if it’s , click that cloud to turn it
- Clear your browser cache and visit your site