Firefox support for the Designer

When Webflow first launched, we couldn't make the Designer work in Firefox due to a 16 year old bug in that browser that prevented us from styling scrollbars in a dark color:

However, we now have some JavaScript-based workarounds to avoid rendering native scrollbars, and it should theoretically be possible to provide Firefox support (currently it you can open a project, but it's forced into read-only mode) if there's enough demand for it.

Note: Websites published in Webflow already work in Firefox - this idea refers only to making the main Designer application work inside of Firefox.

  • Vlad Magdalin
  • Jan 13 2017
  • Timothy Noah commented
    January 19, 2017 14:59

    This would be great. Chrome is my default browser but on occasion I need to test in Firefox. Would speed up testing / QA :)

  • Forrest O commented
    March 16, 2017 13:57

    Yesss, that block-as-first-ux made me 😿 .

  • Edwin commented
    November 6, 2017 08:45

    Yes pleace =)

  • Mario Rodriguez commented
    November 21, 2017 10:44

    What about the brand new firefox that has been just launched? Could you please take a look a that bug again? May they fixed it. They say they rewrote most of the code for this new launched.

  • Ben farrow commented
    April 5, 2018 09:28

    Still waiting on this. Can't use Webflow designer until it's supported.

  • Nicolas duclos commented
    May 26, 2018 17:10

    I don't want to download Chrome only to make my website. I mostly use Edge for testing, so more browsers support would be much better.

    Until then, I will code by hand...