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Discover a variety of hosting options tailored to meet your content deployment needs.

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Written by Diego Muralles
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In this documentation, we provide a comprehensive overview of our diverse hosting options to cater to your unique needs. Explore a range of choices, including Standard Hosting, SFTP, FTP, AWS S3, Embed Anywhere, Webhooks, and ZIP Download, enabling you to effortlessly deploy and manage your content in the most efficient and flexible way possible.

Vev is highly flexible, and the content generated when you click "publish" can be served from anywhere on the web.

🖥 Host with Vev’s Standard Hosting (powered by Cloudflare)

The quickest way to host your Vev content is to host your content on Standard Hosting. This means we’ll host your content on our rock-solid high performing CDN. It’s quick to set up, and will only require you to point your domain to us in order to work.

If you have your regular website or platform on, you can still set up a Standard Hosting and host Vev content on a subdomain such as

Note: We don’t recommend using naked domains due to security issues. Please read this part of the documentation if you still want to connect your naked domain with our standard hosting option.

💻 Host your content on your own webserver

To seamlessly integrate the HTML generated by Vev into your existing website or CMS, there are various methods available. Since Vev produces static HTML, you can easily transfer and incorporate it into your setup without any specialized server requirements, except for the ability to serve static HTML content.

Here are a few approaches you can take to retrieve and utilize the generated HTML from Vev:

  • After generating the HTML in Vev, you can download the files as a ZIP file to your local machine. Then, using your preferred method, upload the HTML files to your web server or CMS, ensuring they are accessible to your website visitors.

  • If you have an FTP server, you can use FTP clients to transfer the generated HTML files from Vev to your server. Similarly, if you prefer a more secure connection, you can utilize SFTP, which provides an encrypted file transfer protocol for added security.

  • Furthermore, if you are using Amazon Web Services (AWS) and have an S3 bucket configured, you can upload the Vev-generated HTML files directly to your S3 bucket. This enables easy integration with your existing AWS infrastructure and makes the HTML content accessible for your website or CMS.

By considering these additional options, you can choose the method that best aligns with your specific setup and preferences, whether it's a traditional web server, FTP/SFTP, or an AWS S3 bucket. Please note that this option requires more effort on your end, as you will need to do some setup for Vev to be able to transfer the content to your server. The required steps depend on which type of integration you select.

🪝 Webhook

Webhook integration streamlines website publishing by automating the process when you finish building your Vev project. A webhook — triggered by an HTTP POST request — contains HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files for publishing. This data is sent to a webhook receiver, which can be an application or service responsible for handling the publishing process.

Once set up, webhooks automate publishing, saving time and effort compared to manual methods.

🧩 Embed Anywhere

With our Embed Anywhere feature, you can effortlessly integrate your Vev projects into any platform by copying and pasting the code provided in the Publish modal. Whether it's a website, blog, or CMS, you can showcase your interactive and engaging Vev creations with ease.

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