Are you using Webflow to design your website and wondering how to export a page? Exporting a page from Webflow is a straightforward process that allows you to save your work and use it on another platform or offline. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps to export a page from Webflow.
Step 1: Open the Webflow Designer
To begin, open the Webflow Designer and navigate to the project where the page you want to export is located. Make sure you are in the correct project before proceeding.
Step 2: Select the Page
In the left-hand panel, click on the ‘Pages’ tab. This will display all the pages within your project. Locate and select the specific page that you want to export.
Step 3: Access Page Settings
Once you have selected the desired page, click on the ‘Page Settings’ icon located at the top of the right-hand panel. The icon looks like a gear or cogwheel.
Step 4: Export Options
A pop-up window will appear with various options related to your selected page. Look for the ‘Export’ tab within this window and click on it.
In this section, you can choose which parts of your page should be exported along with it. By default, all elements of your page are selected for export.
- All Pages: This option exports not only your selected page but also all other pages within your project.
- All Assets: Selecting this option will include all assets associated with your project, such as images or videos, in the exported files.
- Minify HTML: If you enable this option, the exported HTML file will have its code minimized, resulting in a smaller file size.
If you want to export multiple pages or your entire project, you can choose to export a ZIP file. This option is useful if you need to transfer your project to another platform or share it with someone else.
Step 5: Export the Page
Once you have selected the desired export options, click on the ‘Export’ button located at the bottom right-hand corner of the pop-up window. Webflow will then generate a download link for your exported files.
Step 6: Download the Exported Files
Click on the provided download link to start downloading the exported files. Depending on your browser settings, the files will either be saved directly to your computer or prompt you to choose a download location.
Note: If you have chosen to export as a ZIP file, make sure to extract the contents after downloading.
Congratulations! You have successfully exported a page from Webflow. Now you can use it outside of Webflow or share it with others as needed.
We hope this tutorial has been helpful in guiding you through the process of exporting a page from Webflow. Remember that exporting only saves a snapshot of your page and does not maintain any dynamic functionality connected to Webflow’s CMS or hosting services. If you make any further changes within Webflow, you will need to repeat these steps for an updated export.