Why is Webflow the best alternative to WordPress

Many users find it cumbersome to create a unique and customized web page because design and coding often exist in separate silos. Most designers are forced to illustrate their designs with a visual tool and then use another coding tool. Converting interactive digital content into code is a huge challenge.

Most web tools don't let developers optimize their designs to fit different screens. Instead, they need to publish the page to see if it really works. Webflow allows users to create visual designs that are converted into in-tool code. With Webflow, developers can see the finished result while developing. This important feature makes visible the creative possibilities available in this visual development tool.

Webflow is a web design, eCommerce, CMS and hosting tool all packaged in a single solution. Launched 8 years ago, the page builder has been a well-liked platform for many professionals and professional web developers because of the quality flexibility. In fact, at LAPS, we prefer Webflow more than Wordpress for several different reasons. We now want to take this opportunity to offer you a comparative analysis of Webflow and WordPress.

10 advantages of Webflow over WordPress

  1. Wordpress is a CMS tool while Webflow is a successful marriage between CMS and visual design. WordPress designs are limited by different templates and coded from scratch while Webflow consists of a unique design feature.
  2. WordPress has many heavy plug-ins that require constant maintenance.
  3. Webflow code is cleaner and of better quality. Wordpress code can be cumbersome because of all the plug-ins.
  4. WordPress CMS requires you to navigate the menu and editor while Webflow allows editing directly on the page.
  5. Unlike Webflow, you don't need to install anything or use PHP scripts.
  6. Webflow's SEO settings are user-friendly. Webflow's sites are designed for companies that want to improve their digital marketing. WordPress SEO makes use of external programs to more easily manage SEO.
  7. Webflow enables built-in E-Commerce while Wordpress has no native billing support (WordPress, for example, uses Woocommerce which is very competent).
  8. Many WordPress solutions have serious security flaws because an installation often consists of a large number of plugins that require costly maintenance.
  9. Wordpress's popularity comes with a high price for many companies because it is the hacker's favorite CMS.
  10. Wordpress is a flexible CMS tool while Webflow is a successful marriage between CMS and visual design. WordPress often consists of popular template systems, if you go outside the template, development costs arise.
Considering all the features of Webflow, we dare to say that it is a better alternative than WordPress as a CMS in the majority of cases.

We understand that it is difficult to decide which platform you want to use and that is why we are happy to highlight Webflow's many advantages to you as a customer. At the end of the day, Webflow is a significant platform for most businesses.

If you use WordPress and are still hesitant about switching to Webflow, you can use the tool's CVS import to transfer all your important WordPress content.

You are of course welcome to contact us, and we will help you.