Webflow is a powerful tool that offers its users flexibility, great design freedom, and is easy to use. However, as with any tool, it has limitations. In this blog post, we will explore 5 key Webflow limitations that you should be aware of before using it for your next project.
We will examine each limitation in detail and provide some possible workarounds or alternative solutions. Whether you're an experienced Webflow user or just getting started, understanding these limitations can help you avoid frustration and make the most of what Webflow has to offer.
- Max number of pages per project is 100,
- Max number of characters for custom/embed code component is 10,000,
- Webflow maximum video size and quality reduction,
- No file field (uploads) for Webflow forms, except for Business Hosting,
- Limited nested collections feature
1. Max number of pages per project is 100
One of the key limitations of Webflow is the maximum number of pages allowed per project. Regardless of the paid plan you choose, the limit is set at 100 static pages per website project. This means that if you need to create more than 100 pages for your site, you will need to find some workarounds to stay within the limit.
Before we dive into the solutions, it's important to understand the difference between static and dynamic pages. Static pages are those that are created and designed manually, using Webflow's drag-and-drop interface. These pages are great for showcasing static content, such as contact information, product pages, or portfolio items. Dynamic pages, on the other hand, are created using Webflow's CMS (content management system) and allow you to display dynamic content, such as blog posts or product listings, that can be updated automatically.
Now that we know the difference, let's explore some possible Workarounds to the page limit: