How Do I Export a Figma Code?

Figma is a powerful online interface design tool that allows designers to collaborate with each other while working on projects. It also has a built-in code export feature, which makes it easy to export code from Figma designs into HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This feature can come in handy if you need to quickly create a website or web application based off of the design you’ve created in Figma.

To get started with exporting code from Figma, open your design in the editor. Within the editor, click on the “Export” button in the top right corner of the screen.

From there, you can choose which parts of your design you want to export as code. For example, if you only want to export the text from your design, select “Text” from the list of options.

Next, choose the format for your exported code. Figma supports exporting code in HTML, CSS and JavaScript formats.

You can also choose whether or not you want to include comments in your exported code. If you’re new to coding and don’t know what comments are used for, then it’s best to leave this option unchecked.

Once you’ve selected all of your desired settings for exporting your design as code, click on the “Export” button at the bottom of the page. This will generate a zip file containing all of your exported code files.


Exporting code from Figma is a simple process that allows designers to quickly create websites or web applications based off of their designs. By clicking on the “Export” button within the editor and selecting which elements they want to export as well as what format they want their exported code to be in (HTML, CSS or JavaScript), designers can easily generate zip files containing all of their exported code files.