Apart from the SEO implication of adding WWW to your site requests, CloudFlare seems like a pretty cool tool.  A free CDN seems too good to be true.  I like new and shiny things so I was chomping at the bit when Dreamhost said they have one-click CloudFlare support.  Most of the content I host is static-ish so I thought I’d give it a try.

Some sites were painless to get up and running, while others would throw a “redirect loop” error when I tried to load the site.  I noticed that most of the sites were WordPress sites as well.  After poking around in the logs I found a fix.

You’ll need to edit your


file to include the following lines.

define('WP_SITEURL', 'http://www.yourSiteURL.com');

It seems that if these lines are omitted from your config file then WordPress will barf until you set them.

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