I use CloudFlare as DNS and want to point one of my site say productA.com to my main site my-main-site.com/productA. Is this possible with CloudFlare?
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Yes, use a page rule... Cloudflare documents this quite fully:
Now, granted, you'll need to have cloudflare's acceleration enabled for the domain(s) you want to redirect. (HTTP redirections do NOT happen at the DNS level.. they happen via HTTP therefore you NEED cloudflare to be proxying the HTTP for this to work...) In order for that to happen, add an A record pointing to a webserver you control, and make sure cloudflare CDN is enabled on that record.