Webflow's hosting has a lot to offer.
Aside from the incredible convenience of one-click publishing, you also have access to the CMS, in-built form handling, ECommerce, User Accounts, Logic, and more.
However, like any platform, it has limitations.
A reverse proxy is a high-performance framework that sits between your visitors and your Webflow-hosted site. It allows up to cache and deliver sites more efficiently, optimize images, to capture valuable information, and to modify the results returned to your visitors.
Sygnal builds custom reverse proxy setups for our clients to solve these types of problems in powerful ways.
Here are some of the key ones;
There are a lot of factors that go into a high-performing site, but there are two key ones-
We use edge-caching to make certain your website files are as close as possible to the user requesting them, and we can automatically optimize the images throughout your entire site.
BONUS: This can mean a substantial improvement in your Core Web Vitals, and SEO.
Learn more about our Reverse Proxy for Performance solutions.
Webflow is currently tightening its restrictions on plan bandwidth and monthly visitor count, and requiring customers to upgrade who regularly exceed this.
The problem is that the cost increase between Webflow's Business Plan and Webflow's Enterprise Lite is substantial, at more than 30 times the annual cost.
Fortunately, you can dramatically reduce traffic to Webflow's origin servers and state well within your plan limit if you proxy and cache the traffic to your site.
Learn more about our Reverse Proxy to Reduce Hosting Costs solutions.
Do you want your collection pages to be published at;
Semantic paths that give context to your pages are great for SEO and offer a natural breadcrumbs design. But Webflow doesn't support these.
This is one of our most-requested needs for Reverse Proxies.
Learn more about Sygnal's Fluid Paths.
SEO is hard work, but it doesn't always need to be.
Learn more about Sygnal's Reverse Proxy for SEO solutions.
Some content such as conditionally hidden elements are still in your page, even when you cannot see them.
We can remove these for enhanced security and performance.
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