Server-side Excludes (SSE)
If there is sensitive content on your website that you want visible to real visitors, but that you want to hide from suspicious visitors, wrap the content with Cloudflare Server-side Excludes (SSE) tags.
Server-side Excludes in the dashboard: Log into the . Cloudflare dashboard Select your account and website. Go to Scrape Shield. For Server-side, switch the toggle to On.
Server-side Excludes with the API, send a request with the
value parameter set to
To enable this feature on specific hostnames - instead of across your entire zone - use a . configuration rule
Once you have enabled
Server-side Excludes, you need to wrap your content in specific SSE tags. <!--sse-->Bad visitors cannot see my phone number, 555-555-5555<!--/sse-->
If you use
, you may not be able to see the SSE tags in your HTML source code. HTML minification
However, SSE will still function correctly since Cloudflare applies both it and minification as the resource
moves through our network to the visitor’s computer.
SSE only works with HTML.