Add files to Root Directory

One thing that I don't like about Webflow is that images are not hosted on clients own website directory. This is fine when someone is just browsing the site, but if a person views the source, they will automatically see webflow branding on every image and file on the site. Another problem with this is when wanting to implement certain features on a site, files have to be uploaded to the sites directory, not to another server.

  • Christopher Wray
  • Nov 17 2018
  • Reviewed
  • Devs MiDika commented
    2 Jan 03:21pm

    i need it for apple pay

  • Sarah Frank commented
    23 Dec, 2022 03:19pm

    Please please please add this! I need it for Google Ad Sense

  • Chana White commented
    8 Dec, 2022 06:11pm

    very important

  • Durabble commented
    18 Oct, 2022 04:14pm

    Need this for Baidu SEO verification file uploads.

  • Zero Copter commented
    21 Sep, 2022 09:49am

    Reasons as per this issue:

  • Philip Wallage commented
    9 Jun, 2022 06:39pm

    Need it in order to get Apple Pay (via Stripe) working.

  • MP Web Admin commented
    9 Jun, 2022 12:45am

    Yes please!

  • Ivor Colson commented
    22 Apr, 2022 02:36pm

    Voting for this too.


    Webflow doesn't seem to like the '.' in '/.well-known/security.txt'


    When you redirect without the fullstop it works but I need the link to have it.

  • Joe Egan commented
    15 Mar, 2022 04:28pm

    Voting for this so to support adding ./.well-known/security.txt

  • Chris Chileshe commented
    7 Oct, 2021 09:54am

    +1

  • Abel Garcia commented
    25 Jun, 2021 01:21pm

    This update will be made webflow more accesible to custom features...

  • Qwest TV commented
    26 Feb, 2021 02:15pm

    I understand everything about Try Reilly's workaround below... Except the first step.

    "Put any WORD say ADS in a Text Link. Attach your ads.txt as a file."

    What does that mean? How does one do that?

    Sorry if noob question.

  • Scherba Media commented
    5 Feb, 2021 08:01pm

    Thanks @Troy Reilly.


    This worked:


    Adsense ADS.TXT to ROOT DIRECTORY:

    I have found a workaround for this issue. Put any WORD say ADS in a Text Link. Attach your ads.txt as a file. Copy the address of this new link. Go to your Project Settings for your webflow project and under the Hosting tab, create a 301 Redirect that is: ads.txt → https://(paste your Text Link Address here). You can check your link address by adding it to the address bar of your browser, it should pull up your ads.text info.

  • Petros Apostolakis commented
    19 Jan, 2021 06:42pm

    Its been two years and still nothing...

  • Abel Garcia commented
    18 Dec, 2020 04:32pm

    We need this feature, or better workaround. I can't more bring customers to webflow hosting that need some txt files to be added to the root.

  • Phillip Melton commented
    27 Oct, 2020 10:29pm

    This is very important! It might be a deal breaker for me... Seems like a simple addition if you're able to edit the site's robot.txt other files should be easily added.

    I need an ads.txt added to the root and if that's not possible there's no reason for me to stay with Webflow. It is surprising to me that Webflow was designed without this feature and that it remains without it. It's like a basic requirement.

  • Tony Myers commented
    19 Jun, 2020 09:58pm

    This is really important. Would love to see this option soon!

  • Sally Roper commented
    6 May, 2020 05:11pm

    VERY IMPORTANT!

  • Tommy Szewczuk commented
    4 Apr, 2020 05:39pm

    +1 vote. This is important.

  • Joel WWC commented
    3 Feb, 2020 03:52am

    Hey Troy Reilly, I'd love to try your workaround method, but you could give some more details about the instructions on how to do it?  I know you described it here already, but there were parts that lost me

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