I know this question has been asked a lot and I think I have an idea how I go about it, but just want to make sure there isn’t anything I am missing.
When I create websites for my clients I will try to push them to use Webflow, however, I can def see that some will insist on a WP page. I am pretty good with html, CSS but not so much with PHP and JS. So, I always want to design/create my pages using Webflow and will then have to convert it to WP if a client is requesting that.
From what I read so far there are two ways to go about it if I want to do this myself: Pinegrow or Udesly. (please let me know if there is a better way)
To me it seems like Pinegrow is the better way to go. I know it won’t be an easy/quick thing to do, but I am sure I can figure it out.
My question for this is now, is there anything that won’t convert if I use Pinegrow? Obviously the Webflow CMS will not convert but I guess that is where Pinegrow will help me to create the new WP CMS then.
How about search bars and contact forms? I read that these will not get exported if I export my code in Webflow. Is that the same as when I use Pinegrow to convert my website? Or will Pinegrow ensure everything, including contact forms, will be transferred? If not, would I be able to add to the code to use one of WP contact form plugins?
Would appreciate any help and clarifications a lot