Weebly vs Webflow Comparison Chart

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Reviews

Rick Powell

Ho-hum site builder doesn't distinguish itself positively from the competition

2019-04-08

Pros

For developers, I'd recommend Webflow or just stick with WordPress.

Cons

The user interface is not optimal. Features are stacked in a single column on the left side and requires lots of scrolling to find anything. The available themes are lackluster and it's quite easy to make something ugly. Many advanced features open up overlays. Nothing's organized thoughtfully really. Adding PayPal as a payment option requires an upgrade. Stripe is supported on the free plan but the fee is steep. There's a prominent bar at the bottom of the editor that can't be dismissed until you upgrade. It encourages you to edit the footer. This tactic isn't a very thoughtful one. Pass.

Rating breakdown

Value for money
Ease of use
Features

Time used: Less than 6 months

Frequency of use: Monthly

Likelihood to recommend

5/10
Source: Capterra
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Weebly Reviews
Weebly
Website, blog & online store creation
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Anonymous
(Hospital & Health Care company, 11-50 employees)

Sleek and simple

2018-11-07

Pros

Webflow does a great job outputting sleek, simple, minimalistic looking website designs. The best part is how they let you export the code so you don't even need to purchase anything if you're only using it for one website. I would definitely come back to them even if I needed to pay.

Cons

I feel like I had only ever heard of SquareSpace, WordPress, Weebly, etc. and Webflow has been my favorite when it comes to website building.

Rating breakdown

Ease of use
Features

Time used: Less than 6 months

Frequency of use: Weekly

Likelihood to recommend

10/10
Source: Capterra
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Webflow Reviews
Webflow
The responsive website builder for professionals
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Rick Powell

The most powerful WYSIWYG website builder available

2018-10-12

I was surprised at the power at my disposal, particularly adding content and managing styles but was even more impressed at the UI/UX of the editor. I wouldn't call it easy to use exactly but I would call it rewarding.

Pros

Of all the what-you-see-is-what-you-get website builders available (such as Wix, Weebly, Squarespace, et. al.) most of them are aimed at amateurs not really anyone with any sort of extensive web design or development background.

Cons

Hosting options are kind of confusing. Simplify them, please.

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Value for money
Ease of use
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Customer support

Time used: Free Trial

Frequency of use: Monthly

Likelihood to recommend

7/10
Source: Capterra
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Webflow Reviews
Webflow
The responsive website builder for professionals
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Jeannine Armbruster

Webflow is my top choice for designing websites

2017-01-26

It's not a web-building platform like Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, or IMCreator.

Rating breakdown

Value for money
Ease of use
Features
Source: Capterra
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Webflow Reviews
Webflow
The responsive website builder for professionals
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