Sending the SSL / TLS certificate and its private key In order to accept and optimize the HTTPS traffic of your site, we have to install on our servers your public certificate and your private key in PEM format. This step is required to ensure TLS termination of your site. The private key is a […]
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Fasterize currently does not support serving pages from bare domains. You will need to migrate your site to serve content from the full domain instead. Follow the instructions in the setup guide so Fasterize can correctly serve your full domain, say www.example.com. Configure your server to perform a server-side redirect (termed a “301 redirect”) from your bare domain […]
When your full domain, www.example.com, has a 301 (or 302) redirect to your bare domain,example.com, customers who try to access www.example.com will instead load example.com, bypassing Fasterize and going directly to your servers. As a result, none of your pages are optimized by Fasterize (because they are loading example.com via your servers). To receive the benefits of Fasterize, you must remove the […]
To set up the service, simply change the DNS record of your domain name: Sub domain TTL Type Value www 300 CNAME www.example.com.fasterized.com. You can consult our quick guide to modify this DNS record for the main providers.
This page contains provider-specific instructions for changing the DNS settings of your Serving Domain. If your provider is not listed below, try searching your hosting provider’s documentation or use your favorite search engine to find instructions to add a DNS CNAME-record. Also please feel free to write to us if you have feedback or need assistance. Note […]
At the configuration creation, Fasterize has created a DNS record pointing to your server. If you change the location of your server, you have to create a new DNS record pointing to the new location. Note that changes to DNS records may take up to 24 hours to propagate. Consider using the tool at www.whatsmydns.net […]
If your website needs to serve HTTPS pages on the same domain as the one you want to setup with Fasterize (eg. http://www.example.com/home and https://www.example.com/checkout) then you need to setup SSL support for it with Fasterize. If your SSL traffic is served via a different domain (eg. checkout.google.com) or a subdomain of your website that is not configured with […]
Go to http://www.fasterize.com/en/dashboard.
This page contains information needed to complete the initial setup to start using Fasterize service. Step 1. Provide the domain of the website you want to speed up To subscribe to Fasterize, you only need to create an account at : http://www.fasterize.com/en/users/sign_up. In the form, you have to provide the domain name of your website. Note […]