How can I move Sub-domain to Clouflare.

I want to move my sub-domain to Cloudflare.
Where can I find records?

@DhananjayS said:
I want to move my sub-domain to Cloudflare.
Where can I find records?

Ops It feels like instead of researching new records you simply update Nameservers as you scanned previous!
hold on You can points towards Same IP like if
www points toward 127.0.0.1
then if you had forums subdomain can points towards same IP as www points
forum points towards 127.0.0.1
Below is Alternative way as CNAME catches the IP of domains towards you point
You can point using CNAME records to Main domain
Using ALIAS records
Some DNS providers (but not all) support DNS records of type ALIAS, sometimes also called CNAME Flattening. Using that is the easiest and safest way to use your own nameservers.

To use CNAME flattening, you first need to lookup your account’s main domain. You can find the main domain in the sidebar of your control panel. It should look something like this:

main domain

Then, create an ALIAS record (or CNAME flattening record) for your domain name in your own nameservers, pointing to your account’s main domain.

For subdomains, create a regular CNAME record pointing to the main domain.
*Hold on Bro don’t points towards 127.0.0.1 because it’s local IP of your PC and if you points towards it Your domain may got blacklisted!

It seems my site is not loading

see if it loads for you: http://forum.learningwithexperts.

Dear @Ranakhas see:

What is the error?

How to resolve it? Please tell ASAP!

@DhananjayS said:
It seems my site is not loading

see if it loads for you: http://forum.learningwithexperts.

It’s loading fine from here. Remember that DNS caching/propagation means it can take a while for DNS changes to be visible everywhere.

Dear @Admin,

Now it’s working Fine!

I think “Thank you” is not enough for you!
You deserve more than that!