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TT CloudFlare WPMU Plugin


Every time a new blog is created, a CNAME record will be added via the CloudFlare API.

This allows you to accelerate and protect individual CNAMEs since CloudFlare does not proxy wildcard entries.

If you need to sync your existing blogs, please upgrade to our PRO version.
You do not know what CloudFlare is? Check the Overview.

This plugin can be run in conjunction with the official CloudFlare plugin which can be found here:

This plugin was not written by CloudFlare, Inc.

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  • TT CloudFlare WPMU Settings.


  1. Create a CloudFlare account: (if you don’t have one yet) and add your main domain to your account!
  2. Upload the plugin and activate only on main site (no network). You will find the plugin options page on main site dashboard under settings menu.
  3. Email Address: (the email address you use to login to
  4. Your API Key: (you can find your CloudFlare API key here
  5. Zone URL: (this is simply the domain of your main site with no prefix e.g.:
  6. Automatically add new blogs: (If yes this will add the required settings to CloudFlare automatically when a new blog is created)
  7. This plugin will not be able to sync all pre-existing sites, please upgrade to PRO if you wish to do so.


Does it work with mapped domain?

With mapped domains every new domain must be manually created on CloudFlare, as there is no way to do that through API at the moment.

We have asked if adding this feature was something they would consider, and they said : “It’s under discussion, but not immediate.”

If it will happen, we’ll definetly work on it…

Does it sync existing blogs?

No it doesn’t, you need the PRO version for that. CloudFlare WPMU Plugin PRO

Contributors & Developers

“TT CloudFlare WPMU Plugin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


Change log

1.1 – 12/03/2013

  • plugin updated to work with newest CloudFlare API additions.


  • plugin released.