Feed me some html code with inline css
Desktop *
Greater than 992px
Tablet
For 768px
Mobile Landscape
For 480px
Mobile Portrait
for 375px
Follow the documentation below

How to convert any website or HTML to Webflow with htflow app

Simplify your workflow with HTFlow's HTML to Webflow converter. In a few clicks, inline HTML and CSS code becomes a Webflow-compatible design.

Step 01

Prepare Your Code (Using chrome extension)

Start by ensuring your HTML and CSS code is ready for conversion. This means your code should be clean, well-structured, and free from errors.

Whether you’re hand-coding, or using a tool like PageRip for code extraction, the cleanliness of your code is crucial.

Here are a few tips to get your code in shape:

Validate Your HTML/CSS: Use online validators to check for any syntax errors or compatibility issues.

Organize Your CSS: Ensure your CSS is inline  (example: <h1 style="color: red; padding: 10px; ">I am heading 1</h1>), and clearly structured

Pro Tip:
Instead of extracting the whole webpage at once, export it piece by piece. Also, skip the navbar to keep things simple.

Extracting code from a website with PageRip chrome extension

Step 02

Convert with HTFlow

With your code prepped and ready, head over to htflow.com. Here’s how to make the magic happen:

Paste Your Code:
Locate the HTML and CSS input fields on HTFlow's conversion tool. Paste your code into the respective fields.

Instant Convert:
Click on the ‘Convert to Webflow’ button. HTFlow’s powerful engine will process your code, converting it into a format that’s fully compatible with Webflow.

Converting extracted inline html css code to webflow design

Step 03

Import or paste into Webflow

Your final step is to import your design to Webflow. Just follow HTFlow's instructions to copy the code, then paste (command + v for mac and control + v for windows) it into your Webflow design canvas. It's that simple!

Importing converted design into Webflow

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