Tried to look this up but couldn’t find an answer.
I started a website on a paid plan (using an existed template), and so far was not happy with what I did so I wanted to start again and remove everything I did (content + styles + CMS). Any way to that?
If not, is there a way to delete all styles (and any other save interactions) all at once?
*I tried already go to back up but since it was started using a templte so It will return me to the first template (which I don’t)
** Tried to delete the website, but it asked me to cancel the hosting plan (which I dont want don’t want as well)
Thank you for quick reply!
As I mentioned before, I started from a Template in day 1. So that is not applicable in my case.
Please read the other notes I wrote and help me if you have a solution for that.
Sorry, was a little fast there.
Maybe this answer from a Webflow staff member helps?
Are you referring to the Templates you can choose to start from when creating a new site?
If so, then unfortunately, once you’ve created and started working on a site, you can’t go back and change the Template. If you take a closer look at the different Templates, they are all actually completely different pages with different default content, styles, etc. So they aren’t really the same thing as “themes.”
To use a different template, you will actually have to create a new site and start from scratch.
Just for the record (in case if someone else was looking for a similar issue), I contacted webflow support and they offer to this solution:
Create a new project with the same template, and I can transfer the hosting to the new project
This option will require me (or someone from Webflow Support) to initiate a hosting transfer to a new project for you. Doing this means you can keep the old project (with all the styles and CMS) and have a brand new project with a clean version of the template.
That is followed by some suggested validation steps as well.
Yep that is correct. Best approach is to create a new project and style away or get a new template for it. Of course this is a challenge for CMS sites. Webflow does not match WordPress when it comes to themes.
@webdev thanks for your input. Are you suggesting that there’s a workaround by creating a new project somehow on the existing paid site plan w/ existing template? I’m not sure exactly what that implies as it seems the only way is just paying for a new site plan with a new template. Thank you