Cloudflare Configuration

If you are encountering the below issue when publishing/updating your humm Landing Page, we have an outlined guide on how to temporarily disable the Web Application Firewall to allow the script be saved to your page.



  • Cloudflare Account with Web Application Firewall (WAF) access or an admin account
  • WordPress Account with privileges to create/edit new or existing pages.
  • humm Landing Page Script
  1. Go to Cloudflare and login to your account.
  2. In the Cloudflare Dashboard select your website/project and click on it.
  1. Look for the website property you are trying to add the script to and click it.
  2. On the lefthand side menu, click the Security.
  3. In the submenu under Security click on WAF
  4. At the top of the page look for the tab called Managed rules and click on it.
  1. Scroll down almost to the bottom of the page and look for Cloudflare Specials and click on it (a popup will open).
  2. Look for the rule number 100173 - XSS, HTML Injection - Script Tag
  3. Click on the dropdown box next to it and select Disable. This will disable the rule while you save the page.
  1. Go back to your Wordpress website where you were creating the page and save the page (it should save correctly).
  1. Go back to Cloudflare, click on the dropdown and configure back to default to secure your website again.
  1. The issue should be resolved.


Still having trouble?

Please reach out to us via the Integration Assistance Form and one of our team will assist.