Keep your site in great shape.
Get peace of mind knowing your site’s history is never lost, and an accidentally broken publish can always be reverted.
Leverage Framer’s AI-powered localization. Seamlessly customize your website for various languages and regions, including localized text, images, and adaptive content specific to each Locale. Get started with our built-in AI Translation which is deeply optimized for website translation, enabling it to persist links, images, CMS Variables and more across languages. Use the Localization Table for an optimised workflow, or hop into the Canvas to iterate on your translations in context.
Project Permissions bring granular access control to your projects. When you invite someone to your project, you decide which permissions you want that person to have. Permissions are per project and can be a combination of the following: Design, Content, Deploy. Specific permissions per member helps your team to stay organized and prevents accidental changes to your site.
Versions & Rollback
Versioning and Rollback allow for easy management of deployed sites. Each deployment generates a unique link, making keeping track of different versions simple. Additionally, the ability to roll back to any previous deployment in seconds ensures that any issues or mistakes can be quickly resolved without disrupting the workflow. This allows for greater flexibility and control over the development process, making it easier to maintain and improve the project over time.
With Framer, you can instantly publish your site onto the web to a Framer subdomain or a third-party custom domain. Framer’s delivery speed is up to 300% faster than other platforms, so your projects will be available to your audience in no time.
With Framer, you can easily set up your unique domain name for free. This feature allows you to personalize your Framer projects and share them with others using your custom URL.
Staging in Framer is a helpful feature that allows you to avoid launching unapproved content or functionality that could break your page. It provides a different environment for testing and reviewing new updates before deployment to the live site. This ensures that only thoroughly tested and approved changes are made to the live site, minimizing the risk of errors or unexpected behavior.
Optimizing for performance includes techniques such as reducing page load time, using efficient code, and minimizing the use of heavy resources such as images and videos.