Webflow as a Wordpress Plugin

Following other user's request (wordpress export from webflow), trying to boost it up... Some of us cannot use Webflow CMS due to client's imposition to use Wordpress. But Webflow is the best builder I've ever seen, lightyears away from WP's builder like Elementor (wich is IMHO the best one in WP), Beaver, Divi ansd so on...

So why doesn't "pluginize" Webflow to make it usable INSIDE Wordpress?

I don't know, maybe it's just a stupid idea....

  • Valerio Galli
  • Jun 12 2018
  • Shipped
  • Oct 3, 2019

    Admin Response

    We just released a Webflow Pages, a WordPress plugin that makes it possible to use Webflow to build your site (or even just parts of your site), even if your client or marketing team insist on using WordPress to power the site.

    With this plugin, you can build and publish your pages in Webflow, then serve them directly on your WordPress pages. For a full look at how this works, check out our documentation.

  • Umberto Russo commented
    June 26, 2018 15:04

    Santa has arrived soon this year : -) 

    Take a look at the Udesly Adapter, it's a full Webflow to WordPress converter that allows you to convert any Webflow templates to a WordPress theme.

    https://www.udesly.com

    Docs here: https://docs.udesly.com/

    Video tutorials here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcuEG-IjaeHRgePmiJ0f8GA

  • Valerio Galli commented
    July 10, 2018 17:12

    Although It seems promising, Is not what I intended... It looks much more a converter or an adapter than a builder! I meant to have a builder-like version of Webflow to use inside wordpress. Much more like Elementor or Beaver Builder... But "branded" by Webflow!

  • Valerio Galli commented
    07 Oct 11:59

    Thank you very much! I'm downloading now... Can't wait to test it! :)