Like most other website builders, the foundation of a Webflow site is a template. There are hundreds of professionally-designed templates from which you can choose. You can customize your selected template so that it’s perfect for your brand and goals.

Webflow review divides its template-editing/site-building features up into four basic categories: Designer, CMS, Hosting, and Editor.


Using Webflow’s designer, you get the full power of CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. However, you generate your code using the visual designer instead of writing code line by line. You move pre-built blocks around, add features, and make customizations. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, the designer makes clean, semantic code for an optimized website.

If you want to tweak the code itself, know that you’ll get all of the features included in CSS3 and HTML5, including support for the box model, 3D CSS transforms, custom transitions, floats, and flexboxes, and you can use the latest in typography, gradients, and DOM organization.

You’ll also get trigger-based interactions, such as animations that occur based on the user scrolling, clicking, hovering, or loading pages — all without having to know JavaScript.