Ecommerce Support

Ability to sell products and services through a Webflow site.

  • Kyle Kilat
  • Jan 5 2017
  • Shipped
  • Feb 19, 2019

    Admin response

    The beta is over — and Webflow Ecommerce is now live. See everything that’s included in Webflow Ecommerce, what we’re working on next, and how Webflow stacks up against the competition on our launch page. For more details, check out the release notes on our blog.

  • Alisa Abby commented
    20 Sep 15:32

    hi

  • Jake Giacopelli commented
    August 13, 2019 17:44

    Hi

     

    I wanted to ask does Webflow offer the South African Rand as a currency for Ecom websites?

  • Marcelo Ferreira de Araujo commented
    February 19, 2019 14:00

    Great! Thank you all!

  • Nathan Steele commented
    November 20, 2018 12:49

    * spelling correction *  Hi Nelson (Admin), thanks for the followup. I think we are just really anxious for pagination...it's just one of those things that, as web a solution provider, one has got to have in order to provide a real solution to customers...we've kind of had to skirt around Webflow for a while now because nobody wants to manually hack and update...it's easier to just use another solution. So again, congrats on e-commerce. Also, we look forward to pagination being available as soon as possible.

  • Nathan Steele commented
    November 20, 2018 12:40

    Hi Nelson (Admin), thanks for the followup. I think we are just really anxious for pagination...it's just one of those things that, as web a solution provider, on h got to have in order to provide a real solution to customers...we've kind of had to skirt around Webflow for a while now because nobody wants to manually hack and update...it's easier to just use another solution. So again, congrats on e-commerce and we look forward to pagination being available as soon as possible.

  • Wadood commented
    November 19, 2018 17:04

    Can we sell services yet? Or is the beta just for physical products that are shipped to the customer?

  • Alex Cheng commented
    November 16, 2018 15:14

    We really need pagination, especially for blogs. Hope it comes out soon!

  • Seven Figure commented
    November 16, 2018 12:54

    Can i use ecom with current cms plan?

    When the user registration will be arrive? I want a dashboard for my ecom site for customers, current situation look like foxycart integration 

  • Admin
    Webflow Team commented
    November 15, 2018 22:04

    @Nathan - Still being worked on :) We kind of teased it on the Ecommerce first look live stream.

    - Nelson, Customer Success Specialist

  • Nathan Steele commented
    November 15, 2018 17:23

    Good job on getting e-commerce out for Beta...that said, WHERE IS PAGINATION?

  • Jeff Strang commented
    October 23, 2018 22:36

    I'd like to see updates to the CMS and Cart items done via a tool like Zapier. Manually updating pricing across a range of products will be painful in Webflow but easy in a CSV file. Ideally, the CSV is used as a master document, pushing updates to Webflow via Zapier.

  • Admin
    Webflow Team commented
    October 23, 2018 18:52

    If you missed it, here is a recording of the first look into Webflow Ecommerce:

    https://www.crowdcast.io/e/first-look-webflow-ecommerce

    - Nelson, Customer Success Specialist

  • Rex Widerstrom commented
    October 12, 2018 14:56

    I've explored a wide range of e-commerce platforms: middling to great backend, awful front end. Something as simple as repositioning a button requires code hacking. The one exception I've found is Wix: awful backend, adequate front end. If Webflow moves in this direction you will have a stampede of customers.

    To the features others have mentioned I would add:

    - Multi-currency handling of credit and debit cards

    - Stripe, Paypal and other payment gateways

    - Multi-country shipping

    - Ability to upload product data from a spreadsheet (Excel or comma / tab delimited file)

    - Ability to handle product variations (eg t-shirt sizes and colours)

    - Capacity to handle large data volumes (ie hundreds of products, plus variations, equating to thousands of options)

  • Hamish Maclean commented
    October 10, 2018 01:58

    Businesses with shopfront stores are looking at the whole integrated in store POS / online integrated solution including multiple locations (shopify just rolled out locations). I look forward to seeing your road map in this area ..phew

  • Janne Wassberg commented
    September 26, 2018 10:37

    I did ask about this in yesterdays live session. It's about payments in the new eCom.
    As you said you will start with Stripe, thats fine.


    What i realy want for the first release is a custom payment option. Where i can set up my paymenttype, the customer then have the option to pay with my custom type. It will not involve any security problem since this is an manual payment option. My only need is to set the order as paid.

    Shopify do offer this solution.

    You also said that you will add more payment options, very good. Since i'm from Sweden we do have payment providers that it's not in the interest for you due to low customer base. What i realy would like to have as an possibility to add new gateways as a developer. How can we solve this?

    Janne

  • Brent Neale commented
    September 19, 2018 01:05

    Looking forward to seeing the Ecommerce implementation - how far away are we from being able to trial a beta?

  • Aaron Hartshorn commented
    August 05, 2018 19:17

    I keep having to pass up potential Ecommerce clients because of this. I don't want to offer Shopify or Foxy or something when this is right around the corner, but IX2 took seemingly forever so I'm a little worried this will take longer than expected too.

    Would be nice to get periodic progress updates on the wishlist features in development.

  • Michael J Van Dyke commented
    July 19, 2018 02:52

    Wish it rolls out before the 2018 Holiday Season 

  • Tim Daff commented
    July 09, 2018 01:50

    Hey Guys & Girls,

    Please consider voting for my wishlist idea, which is to prioritise integrating PayDock as a payment provide to Webflow Ecommerce.

    It's an API that let's you use heaps of different payment providers rather than having to hook them up to Webflow one by one.

    https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-1337

    Disclaimer: I've got no affiliation with Paydock

  • Daniel Twine commented
    June 29, 2018 11:56

    So this is in development before CMS Gallery which people need to sell products ...

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