Reverse proxy hosting is a modern way to integrate an existing hosting provider or infrastructure with your Framer site for full control over headers, authentication or delivery. Every modern hosting platform like Vercel, Netlify, CloudFlare or AWS supports it.

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How it works

You can really think of this as “automatic uploading”. Instead of downloading and uploading a new version after every update, your server can just ask the Framer site directly for the requested page and save it so it can be served from your host (and optionally modified).

Technically, you tell your hosting platform to simply forward the request from a client to your Framer site under the hood, optionally modify it (like setting headers and adding authentication) send it back and cache it locally so the next request gets served directly from your host (skipping typical manual upload steps).



We typically see customers use proxy hosting if they:

How to set it up

We have articles for the most common hosting platforms, but any one supporting reverse proxy setups works.