Webflow to WordPress Migration Service
Webflow to WordPress Migration -
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I migrate from Webflow to WordPress?
Yes, it’s possible to migrate from Webflow to WordPress. You can use an automated tool, or a manual migration process, depending on the size and complexity of your website.
How do I migrate from Webflow to WordPress?
To migrate from Webflow to WordPress, you’ll need to export the data from your Webflow website (pages, posts, images, assets) and then import this into a new WordPress website. You’ll then need to rebuild the design and functionality from your Webflow website, as well as map all your content data to the right place in WordPress.
Problems With Automated
Webflow To WordPress Migration Services
Automated Migration Problems
So How Do We
Do It Better?
How Does Our Webflow To WordPress
Migration Service Work?
Rebuilding Your Webflow Website In WordPress
We will rebuild your existing Webflow website like for like in WordPress, using a theme, builder or framework of your choosing - though we would always recommend Elementor or Divi. Your existing site design and functionality will be duplicated on the new WordPress site.
After the design and functionality of your website has been duplicated, it's time to map your content. This involves taking all of the pages, posts, images and downloadable content from your Webflow site, and mapping it into the right place in your new website. You can imagine that this is a difficult and complex process to get right if your website is large and has lots of moving pieces.
Testing & Going Live
Before going live with your website, it's important to test thoroughly that everything works as intended. The design, functionality and site structure should all be reviewed - things like checking the contact forms, the meta data and ensuring all content and links are in the right places. Once you have gone live, we can provide you with ongoing WordPress support.