Page load time matters. If you want the best, you've come to the right place. Choose any URL on your domain and attach a desired template. Quick serves its pages from the edge of Cloudflare's global network to give you the fastest load times possible. Try it out for free and see for yourself.
You can install it for free and unlock additional features with the Plus and Pro plans.
Check out this tutorial to see it in action.
How to Install
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Quick is easy to set up. The installation page covers the basics but we'll elaborate here.
Quick is available in three Tiers — Free, Plus, and Pro, which offer up to one, five, and unlimited static pages, respectively.
The following Page Configuration is available for each static page:
These Options are also available:
REQUIRED Page Name
You should name your page something to remember it by. The following is another informative table.
Don't put any sensitive information in
Page Name. You should find a better place to put that.
REQUIRED Page URL
Page Template will be rendered on this URL. This can be any URL on your domain and can include subdomains. It is important that a full URL is specified here. Quick won't like it if you supply a path like
/store here. It requires a URL like
yoursite.com/store to work right. Here's some more examples in an informative table.
Page URL is
yoursite.com/landing, Quick will render
Page Template for
yoursite.com/landing and for
REQUIRED Page Template
HTML template to traffic on
Page URL. All media sources must be hosted. Refer to the following table for more information.
|Image src attribute||Result|
Do not include base64 encoded images in your template due to strict template size restrictions.
OPTIONAL Custom Headers
You can specify any number of headers to pass along to the browser. Each header should be new-line separated. In other words, hit
enter after each header you type. Here's what custom headers might look like in your Quick configuration.
X-Forwarded-From: blog Some-Other-Header: hey lol athirdheader: you get the point
Enable Origin Mode to simulate an origin server without any DNS configuration or server setup! Requests made to your root domain will render a home page template. Requests to routes that don't exist will display a 404 Not Found page.
Due to technical limitations with Cloudflare Workers, Origin Mode will clobber any other Workers running on any routes on your domain.
OPTIONAL Origin Template
HTML template to render when requests are made to the root of your domain,
www.yoursite.com, in Origin Mode.
OPTIONAL 404 Not Found Template
HTML template to show if a route isn't found in Origin Mode.