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, please fill out the following form below. During our review, we’ll focus on two major criteria:
Please wait for our reply before sending us a mockup or a finished template.
There is high search volume for these templates but there are only a few of these templates in the marketplace.
We provide regular search analytics for approved template designers so they can decide how to prioritize their template development.
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 (email@example.com).
Free template submissions are not accepted. Add clone-able websites to your public profile if you'd like to share free resources with the community.
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.
These tags should be used as additional template tags:
Ui Kit, One Page, Multipurpose, Coming Soon, Countdown, Under Construction, Directory, Documentation, Resume, CV, Personal, Wedding
Templates should aim for a single business vertical but it it possible to add tags from a distinct category whenever it makes sense.
Not all single page templates are Landing pages. Templates with a single page should be tagged as One page, but the Landing Page tag should only be used on single page templates that are oriented for conversion.
The UI Kit tag should be added to templates with more than three layout variations for a minimum of three static pages.
Each layout needs to be unique and respect the template theme. In other words, it should only be related to one business vertical.
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 minimum of three layout variations fr three static pages are tagged with "UI Kit".
Note about business address
Checkout page should include:
Checkout PayPal page should include
Order confirmation page
Product template page should include:
Category template page should include:
Template designers agree to these points when adding their template to the Webflow Marketplace:
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