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Github.io Cachoid hosting

Our ultimate mission is to make Websites pull faster. While free services like github.io are awesome and very convenient, we think that they could use some oomph! And this where Cachoid comes in. We ...

How do I upgrade my cachoid?

It takes a couple of clicks to upgrade your cachoid. Go ahead and navigate to the cachoid listing page at https://warp.cachoid.com/ Click on the plan name that is right next to your cachoid name (see ...

Cachoid: Bird’s eye view

We’re aware this article is very clumsy. It’s in our todo list for a revamp. Thank you for understanding! Cachoid is a service that sits between your server (shared server, VM, VPS, dedic...

Can I sign up for a plan directly?

Yes, you can sign up for any plan. However, the trial is the initial sign up plan. But you don’t need to wait for the whole 14 days of the trial to expire. You can upgrade the trial to any of th...

Is Cachoid HTTP/2 ready?

Yes! Most modern browsers support HTTP/2 when using TLS. And so you can enable HTTP/2 via your cachoid screen and it will be automatically setup when you have SSL enabled. Keep in mind that some old b...

Stay green with Cachoid

Website performance is at the forefront of our value proposition. Nevertheless we all have a shared responsibility for our future and our planet. Cachoid achieves speed by caching assets and pages in...

What is an FQDN, Cachoid, and Subpage?

This page explains the nomenclature used in the cachoid control panel Warp. FQDN is acronym for Fully Qualified Domain Name. www.example.com is an FQDN.  my.example.com is another FQDN. Cachoid is t...

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