Webflow Pages

Description

Need to run your site on WordPress, but prefer to build your sites in Webflow? Fear not: now you can use Webflow’s WordPress plugin to build your site visually in Webflow, then serve one or more of those pages directly on your WordPress site.

How this helps you

How this makes your life easier:

  • Complete design control, without code. No need to plunge into a custom WordPress development project to modify a theme — simply build your pages (or your entire site) visually in Webflow, without sacrificing on your unique design. (More about building in Webflow vs. WordPress).
  • Build new pages faster. Need to spin up a promotional landing page or add something on top of an existing WordPress site? Build it in Webflow, serve it on your WordPress site, and rest easy knowing you don’t have to hack together a custom page in WordPress.
  • Update pages faster. Once you’ve got your Webflow pages up on your WordPress site, pushing updates or adding new sections can be done in Webflow, then published live in a click.

How it works

Here’s a basic overview of how you use this plugin to serve Webflow pages on your site:

  1. Download and activate this plugin
  2. Create a Webflow project
  3. Paste your Webflow project’s API key into the plugin settings
  4. Define which Webflow pages you want to serve on your WordPress pages

Need more? Check out our setup guide on Webflow University.

Screenshots

  • Design and build your website pages visually in Webflow.
  • A look at the home page for the Webflow Pages plugin
  • Define which Webflow pages you want to serve on your WordPress pages
  • Control caching and other advanced settings

Installation

Here’s a basic overview of how you use this plugin to serve Webflow pages on your site:

  1. Download and activate this plugin
  2. Create a Webflow account and a Webflow site
  3. Paste your Webflow site API key in the plugin settings
  4. Configure what pages from your Webflow site you want to serve on your WordPress pages

For a detailed look at how to get started, follow the instructions in our setup guide on Webflow University.

FAQ

Do I need a paid Webflow plan to use this plugin?

Not necessarily. You can use this plugin with your free Webflow site, but Webflow projects without a paid site plan will be limited to 2 pages, 50 CMS items, and will display a “Made in Webflow” badge. Our recommendation is to use this plugin with a Webflow project that has a paid site plan.

How do I learn Webflow?

We have a ton of free resources on Webflow University to help you get up and running. The best place to start is our Webflow 101 Crash Course, or, if you want to work through a specific tutorial, you can check out our course on building a business website.

Contributors & Developers

“Webflow Pages” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.0.1

  • Fix – Fixed typo inside settings page
  • Fix – Fixed bug regarding dynamic rule creation
  • Tweak – Webflow site data (domains and collections) cache has been lowered from 1 hour to 1 minute

1.0.0

  • First release of Webflow Pages