Webflow is a website-building platform that has a fascinating history. As no-code website building platforms became popular, the startup Webflow became one of the leading CMS (content management system) platforms. It was launched in 2012 by Vlad Magdalin with three failed attempts leading him closer to bankruptcy before getting funded on the fourth attempt. He attributes this journey to "blind optimism" but thanks to that, Webflow is at the forefront of changing how businesses are built.
Webflow is an in-browser designer tool that lets you design, build and launch responsive websites visually. Webflow offers Webflow User Interface and Webflow Content Management System (CMS). The User Interface helps you visualize how your website would look and keep track of the site elements visually. The CMS part is where you build your website through font, text, titles, and other content, which you can later launch.
There is just about everything you need to build a website using Webflow as it is feature-packed, including a website builder, templates, a content management system, e-commerce and marketing tools, and more. Webflow is also easy to use, has excellent performance and customer support, and is a secure host. Not to mention, there are many plans for you to choose from that best fit your business.