Hi everyone. I have following issues with a self-hosted site when Cloudflare is active:
When I try to use WordPress dot COM on a browser or the app on my cell phone, I get this message “This site cannot be accessed”. Therefore, I can’t see updates for blog posts nor for pages in WordPress.Com neither WordPress app.
WordPress dot ORG sharing connections for Facebook, Twitter, etc. don’t work (under Settings/Sharing). I get this message “Something which should never happen, happened. Sorry about that. If you try again, maybe it will work. Error code: -32601”
I already contacted WP support, but they couldn’t find a solution.
However, when I pause Cloudflare, my website can connect correctly to WP dot COM and I can connect to social media via Publicize under Settings/Sharing.
By the way, Rocket Loader is off.
Does anyone have a solution for this?
Hi @alvin_azocar, what does jetpack support say about what their error code actually means? I’m not familiar with the error.
(Shot in the dark until we learn more from jetpack -> are jetpack IPs blocked?)
Hi. Thank you for the reply.
After my comment, I kept looking and I found this:
Use Jetpack and Cloudflare on your WordPress site
I used only following steps:
Create a PageRule to exclude WordPress’ dashboard from Cloudflare. Actually, I changed my PageRule regarding wp-admin.
Install the Cloudflare Flexible SSL plugin to avoid running into Redirect loop issues in your dashboard.
Other steps were not required.
However, I don’t understand why Jetpack / WordPress support couldn’t guide me that information.
Actually, the problem hasn’t been solved.
Slider Revolution isn’t working; it isn’t shown at all on pages where Slider Revolution is used.
I think I got in a loop as a plugin needs update. I update it, but I keep seen the update request.
So, I followed these steps from Jetpack support:
Install and activate the Cloudflare plugin.
Enable Administration over SSL by adding the following to
* Admin over SSL
6 Set the port to 443 by adding the following to
* Set port to 443
] = 443;
- ** This was already implemented ** Under Settings/General in your dashboard, change both your site address and WordPress address to use HTTPS.
8 In your Cloudflare settings, create a Page Rule to redirect all traffic from HTTP to HTTPS.
I know that the PageRule needs time to deploy.
I’ll see what happen in the next hours.
Update. Problems solved!
Loop with the plugin update ended a few hours after applying the above-mentioned changes.
Slider Revolution is working, but this was after installing an update of W3 Total Chache.
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