Countries where the Framer CDN gets blocked

Framer automatically serves all of your uploaded content, such as images and videos, through a Content Delivery Network (CDN). This helps reduce latency and improves website loading times. However, our CDN is blocked in some countries.

Our inability to serve content through a CDN in these countries is due to sanctions imposed by the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the European Union (EU). We are committed to adhering to international laws and regulations, which sometimes restrict our ability to provide services in certain regions.

Countries we cannot serve

Currently, Framer's CDN is available in 191 out of 195 countries. However, we cannot provide CDN access in the following countries:

  • Cuba

  • North Korea

  • Syria

  • Iran

The sanctions list are constantly changing, for an updated list you can visit the following official websites:

What this means for users

For users in the countries where our CDN is blocked, this means that while they can still access Framer sites, assets may be unavailable. Loading times may also be increased.

Our commitment to global access

At Framer, we strive to make our tools and services accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of geographical restrictions. We continuously monitor regulations and seek ways to expand our coverage while remaining compliant with international laws.

For any concerns or questions about CDN access in your country, please reach out to our support specialists.