You will then be asked to select your country and pop in your mobile phone number, and re-confirm your cloudflare account password. On the next screen you’ll be asked for your geocraft v2 review Authy token code, so go to Authy on your mobile and click on the CloudFlare link in it to find out what the token code is and type it in to the field, then click “Enable”.
Once it is enable correctly you will see an orange button saying “Disable” next to the “Two-Factor Authentication” menu item, just in case you ever need/want to disable it. From now on whenever you (or anyone else) try to login to your cloudflare account from now on you will need your regular password AND a new security token code from the Authy App on your mobile.
Note: when you are asked to pop in your Authy geocraft v2 reviewwhen you first login you can tick the “Remember Me” box if you want to set a cookie on the computer or device that you are using, this means you won’t have to enter the Authy code again in that browser on that device for 30 days, so only tick this box if the device you are using is totally secure. TIP: 2 Factor authentication isn't just for CloudFlare most reputable sites now use it in one version or another.
For example Gmail, NameCheap, Facebook etc. You should get in the habit of using 2 Factor Authentication on all your important services. Once your site is successfully moved over to CloudFlare the first page you'll encounter is the Overview. There are few settings available so next we need to run through what these are, and cover those that are likely to be most beneficial to you.
The Overview screen is pretty simply, you can see your domain name and whether your domain (under "status") is active in the CloudFare network. Then there’s Quick Actions which has two options: a. Under Attack Mode - instantly stop all the traffic to your website and filter it to make sure only the real human traffic is getting through to your website, and all the DDoS attack traffic will be filtered out. b. Development geocraft v2 review- this is useful because it stops CloudFlare caching anything.
Caching means temporarily storing any information about your site, which makes the load speed much faster for visitors, but if you are making changes to your website then putting it in to development mode will stop the caching and make sure any changes, new content, etc. are seen immediately. Development mode will automatically expire after 3 hours, so you don't have to come back and turn off development mode.