How Do You Flip in Webflow?

If you’re looking to add some flair to your website design, flipping elements can be a great way to do it. With Webflow, flipping elements is a breeze, and in this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the process step by step.

Getting Started

Before we dive into the actual flipping process, let’s make sure you have everything set up correctly. First and foremost, you’ll need a Webflow account. If you don’t have one yet, head over to and sign up – it’s free!

Step 1: Creating the Element

To flip an element in Webflow, you need to start by creating the element itself. This can be any HTML element like a div, image, or even a button. For demonstration purposes, let’s create a simple div with some text inside it.

<div class=”flip-container”>

<div class=”flipper”>

<div class=”front”>Front side content</div>

<div class=”back”>Back side content</div>


Note: Make sure to replace “Front side content” and “Back side content” with your desired content for both sides of the flip.

Step 2: Styling the Element

Now that we have our basic structure set up, it’s time to style our element. We’ll use CSS classes to define the styles for each part of the flip animation.

  • Add the “flip-container” class to the outermost div.
  • Add the “flipper” class to the next div (child of “flip-container”).
  • Add the “front” class to the div containing the front side content.
  • Add the “back” class to the div containing the back side content.

Here’s an example of how your CSS classes should look:

.flip-container {

  display: inline-block;


.flipper {

  transition: 0.6s;

  transform-style: preserve-3d;


Note: Feel free to customize these styles to fit your design preferences.

Step 3: Applying Interactions

Now that our element is styled, let’s add some interactions to make it flip when triggered. In Webflow, interactions are powerful tools that allow you to create dynamic animations without writing any code.

  • Select your flip container element.
  • Click on the “+” button in the Interactions panel on the right-hand side.
  • Choose a trigger for your interaction (e.g., hover or click).
  • Select a transition effect (e., 3D flip).

Once you’ve set up your interaction, preview it by hovering over or clicking on your flip element. You should now see it flipping smoothly!


In this tutorial, we’ve covered how to flip elements in Webflow using CSS classes and interactions. By following these steps, you can add engaging and eye-catching flipping effects to your website design. Remember to experiment with different styles and triggers to create unique and interactive experiences for your users.

Happy flipping!