Here's what you need to know before you submit a template to the Webflow Marketplace.
Want to become a Webflow template designer? The Webflow platform is a great place for template designers to get exposure and make money! We’d be happy to have you on board. Read on to learn about how to join.
If this is your first time submitting a Webflow template, send us a link to your portfolio and/or other websites you've designed before sending us a template. We want to make sure your past work demonstrates quality design, layout, and content structure. Please send us your portfolio for review to firstname.lastname@example.org.
So you want to build a template? First send your template idea to email@example.com for approval. Include the primary tag, the CMS collections you will be including, and a list of pages you want to include. Check out the highly-requested templates from our Missing Templates list. We review the general idea and content strategy of the template to make sure it would generate enough sales.
Send your template design to firstname.lastname@example.org for approval. This can be a mockup or an already-built Webflow site — whatever would help us see the visual design of the template.
Once you've built your site in Webflow, send the site URL and preview link to email@example.com for review. At this stage we do a general review of the design, usability, and content of the site. Before sending the template make sure it follows the Template Checklist to avoid several rounds of review. In other words — test every component on every page on every device.
Once your template has been approved, you'll need to email the template info and graphics. Your template reviewer will provide a link with instructions.
These templates don't yet exist in the marketplace so searches have 0 results. The list is sorted by search volume.
We provide monthly search analytics for approved template designers so they can decide how to prioritize their template development.
There are only 1 or 2 of these templates in the marketplace but they have high sales.
Template designers are responsible for providing support to their customers. Each template page has a "Support" tab where customers can ask questions. These comments are visible to the public. Designers get notifications when comments are added and are required to respond within two business days.
Support questions related to Webflow bugs and features should be directed to Webflow support (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The template must meet all of these requirements to be added to the Webflow Marketplace. Go through this checklist before sending your template for the first review.
Pick a primary tag below that best fit your template. This will be the main way we describe your template throughout the template marketplace. Ex: Choose "Cafe" if it's a template for cafe businesses.
Many of today's templates offer multiple layout variations for home pages, contact pages, etc. Designers can add layout variations to their template but should follow these guidelines:
Templates with a large number of layout variations are tagged with "UI Kit".
Template designers agree to these points when adding their template to the Webflow Marketplace: