After cloning the storefront to your private git repository, you can head over to Cloudflare Pages to complete the remainder of the configuration. If you don't already have a Cloudflare account, now is the time to create one. To create an account, click here—or log in to Cloudflare Pages to get started.

Once you have logged in, you should be prompted to link your GitHub account and select your repositories. If you are starting from a new Cloudflare Pages account, you will begin on the project creation flow—if you are starting from the dashboard, click to create a project. From there, log in with your git account, and select your storefront repository.

For Swell storefront starter kits, you want to ensure that the build settings and environment variables are setup according to the starter kit’s instructions:

Now that we've set the configurations, we can go ahead and deploy the site. This may take a bit of time, depending on how much data is within your store. Starting from scratch, it took us anywhere from 3 to 5 minutes to get the site deployed. If the deployment stalls or you encounter a network issue during your deployment attempt, wait a few minutes before trying again.

After the deployment process, you'll be able to access your shiny, new storefront from the Cloudflare Pages dashboard. Here, you can view the external-facing site, configure your domain and website settings, and start making sales. When making any changes to your site, simply push them from your git repository to update your site on Cloudflare Pages.

After verifying that your storefront is up and running, you can then add the storefront URL given by Vercel or a custom domain name to a storefront in the Dashboard. You can create a new storefront any time at Storefronts → New Storefront

Doing so will allow you to showcase that storefront in your store’s dashboard and also set it as the primary storefront for your store.