Cloudflare supports connecting Cloudflare Pages to your GitHub and GitLab repositories to look for new changes to your project.
Suppose you have a custom Git workflow that uses specific branches to represent your project’s production build. In that case, you can specify a custom branch when creating (or managing an existing) project in the Pages dashboard by going to Settings > Builds & deployments and clicking the Configure Production deployments button. You can change the production branch to any other branch in the dropdown menu under production branch.
You can also use to preview how the new version of your project looks before merging into
production. In addition, Pages allows you to configure which of your preview branches are built and deployed by using .
To configure this in your Pages project go to Settings > Builds & deployments > Configure preview deployment and select Custom branches. Here you can specify branches you wish to include and exclude from automatic deployments in the provided configuration fields. To learn more refer to the documentation.
You can deploy projects to Cloudflare Pages from your open-source team, company, or side project on both GitHub and GitLab.
When authorizing Cloudflare Pages to access your GitHub account, you can also specify access to organizations that you belong to on GitHub.
By authorizing Cloudflare Pages to access your GitLab account, you will automatically allow all organizations on your GitLab account to be available for use.
Removing access to your GitHub account
You can remove Cloudflare Pages’ access to your GitHub account by viewing the on GitHub. Note that removing access to GitHub will also disable new builds, though the last build of your site will continue to be hosted via Cloudflare Pages.
Removing access to your GitLab account
You can remove Cloudflare Pages’ access to your GitLab account by navigating to User Settings > Applications > Authorized Applications. Find the applications called Cloudflare Pages and select the Revoke button to revoke access.
Pausing Automatic Builds
By default, Cloudflare Pages automatically builds and deploys a project whenever its repository receives new commits. You can pause this behavior to keep your website at a particular version and manually deploy new versions when desired.
To pause automatic deployments, go to the Pages project’s Settings > Builds & deployments > select Pause deployments at the end of the page.
Selecting Pause deployments will present a confirmation and, once confirmed, the Pause deployments button will be replaced with a Resume deployments button. While paused, your Deployments list will present a banner message, reminding you that automatic deployments are not enabled.