I’m a bit embarrassed, but even after going through the WF University and their videos I’m still a bit confused about the below.
1. Giving the client access to the content/CMS Editor, while the site is still at
https://website-name.webflow.io/ (and not yet officially available to the public under
How do the following methods differ in terms of what the client sees and can do, and for which method does the client need a password?
A) Sending the client to
B) Inviting them as Collaborators via the Editor in the Project Settings
C) Inviting them as Collaborators via the Share Project tab in the Designer?
In which of the above methods do they see a prompt to log in with a password? If so, where does that password, where do the credentials com from? I don’t remember setting a password for just the Editor or Collaborator.
For now I don’t want them to know my overall project log in credentials and I don’t want them to see and go into the Designer or the Project Settings areas.
2. Publishing and pointing the site to the final domain/URL, away from
The client owns their domain and I want them to host away from their current GoDaddy account and host with Webflow.
A) What’s the best way for me to go about this?
B) At which stage is the right time to do that?
C) What does change for me, from the Designer side of things? Do I still work in
https://webflow.com/design/client-domain.com? And is there any change in access for the client to Designer and Projects Settings?
D) How do I get rid of all the WF branding on the site?
It’s an Ecommerce site (incl. a blog).
Anything else I need to consider?
I signed the client up for an Ecommerce Standard Hosting plan.
I’m on the Lite account plan and added a team plan.
Thank you for reading and clarifying!