You've developed a new Webflow site. It's pretty cool, we know; it might even win some awards. But it's important to know that we are still also developers; thus, having a good QA process is key to our users actually visiting the site and experiencing it properly.
The base for every successful Webflow project is a good style guide. In this video, we'll review what we're looking at when finalizing our style guide. You can also clone our free Webflow style guide here, and use it in your projects.
We won't be going into details of making the website WCAG 2.1 accessible, but more of general accessibility that will make your website much more accessible and easier to interact with. Watch the video and view a few tips and tricks to make your website more usable and accessible.
You cannot miss some small tips when launching a Webflow website. In the video below, you'll see what to check before going live with a Webflow site, so you don't mess up your or your client's SEO.
Even tho this seems like an easy-to-use component, making it work as expected can take more time than just placing it on the website.
There are some SEO and technical things we like to add to each one of the websites we launch. Explore how to set up the CMS, before handing it off to the client to fill in the content.
Woohoo! You've done all of the steps. Let's see everything you need to check before going live, finally!
In this specific example we have two swipers
We don't even send the site to our QA team before completing this boring old list. But after finishing it a couple of times, you'll be a much better Webflow developer and start delivering expert-like Webflow sites.
Even if you're an Expert at Webflow, sometimes you just forget to implement these key points that make the site much more professional.