Webflow CMS

Webflow's CMS gives you tremendous power, and can be used for much more than just blog articles. Learn how you can benefit from Webflow CMS's full potential.

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About the course

Many people believe that CMS can only be used for blogging. Although CMS is top to use for blogging, it can be used for very much more. Webflow's CMS is a super powerful tool that can be used to create collections of so and so to speak. In this course, we'll go over how you can use CMS to hook up and create structured content, as well as update it — completely without having to write a single line of code.

Your instructor

Ruben Rosbach
Ruben Rosbach

Ruben Rosbach is a web designer and web developer at Ubåt, and a certified Webflow Expert. Ruben has designed and developed dozens of webpages in Webflow for small and large companies in various industries.

Ruben Rosbach er webdesigner og webutvikler i Ubåt, og sertifisert Webflow Expert. Ruben har designet og utviklet flere titalls nettsider i Squarespace for små og store aktører innen ulike industrier.

Course themes

  • Dynamic Content
  • When should you use CMS?
  • Creating Collections
  • Hook up elements against CMS
  • Editor/Designer
  • Metadata

Course format

The course is offered as digital and as physical. As a physical course, it can be held at our locations in Oslo (Norway), or at your own premises. The course can be held for individuals and for groups of all sizes, and the course can be customized according to your needs and wishes.


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