Import Javascript assets.

For custom code, the custom code panels work fine, however they have limitations and the window is tiny. Simply being able to write my custom code in my editor of choice, then upload the file to webflow would be a way nicer option. Copy and pasting is horrid, and I know there's a character count limitation.

  • Alex Ross
  • May 24 2018
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    30 Mar 08:32pm

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  • James Watsson commented
    30 Mar 08:32pm

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  • Hamish Maclean commented
    8 Mar, 2019 03:32am

    It would be great to have this. I like the idea of NOT having to run hosting code elsewhere. Let's just say this isn't a problem with wordpress.

  • Admin
    Webflow Team commented
    27 Jul, 2018 10:05pm

    You could still achieve this by uploading your .JS file to github and embedding that into your custom code in your project.

    - Nelson, Customer Success Specialist