Webflow explained

Webflow is a website builder that allows users to create responsive websites without having to write code. Webflow uses a drag-and-drop interface, making it easy to design and build websites. One of the benefits of Webflow is that it produces clean, standards-compliant code. This means that websites built with Webflow load faster and are more likely to be compatible with different browsers and devices, making it an exceptionally strong platform for SEO.

In addition to creating static pages, the Webflow CMS makes it possible to add, update, and archive dynamic content on the site. The most common use for the Webflow CMS is to create blog posts, service pages, location pages, and more at scale. By using the CMS, you are able to conditionally display content as needed, sort based on different fields, or hide content you don't need.

Larger companies and enterprises are moving to Webflow for its powerful CMS, design capabilities, and overall ease of use (for designers, developers, and marketing teams alike).

Fun fact: this website is powered by Webflow and this glossary page is part of a CMS with sorted content in the sidebar and below to prove its capabilities further.