Web Dev

WordPress VS Webflow

Andy Forsberg
16 June 2024
5 min read


- Complete flexibility

- Requires patching

-Requires independent host

-Open Source

-Requires significant effort to optimize load time

- Most popular CMS on the internet

- Wide range of hosting costs depending on needs

- Most versatile with largest library of themes and plugins by far

- In control of your setup and host

- Requires knowledge of HTML/CSS/PHP/MySQL to customize

- Massive community and support network

- More friendly for developers

- Made for blogging

- Public comment system


- Limited customization

- Proprietary

- No patching ever

- No code visual builder

- Wicked fast and optimized by default

- Standard hosting costs without any other options

- Not in control of the setup or host

- Relatively new community with minimal support by comparison

- More user-friendly and intuitive for beginners

- More friendly for designers and non-technical users

- No public comment system

In summary, the choice between WordPress and Webflow depends on your specific requirements, technical expertise, and preference for ease of use. WordPress is highly flexible and widely used, while Webflow is known for its visually appealing designs and user-friendly interface, making it a strong choice for designers and small to medium-sized businesses.

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