Removing "Made in Webflow" tag? (We've paid)

We have a paid account - how can we remove the Made in Webflow tag at the bottom?


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Unless your on pro and trying the webflow wordpress plugin pages. Then you wil also need a basic hosing plan. To remove the made in webflow badge

Unless your on pro and trying the webflow wordpress plugin pages.

=> I’m with the case and cannot remove the made in webflow badge, how can I proceed ?

@Siton_Systems @cyberdave We are on a Pro account, and of course do have the “display Webflow badge” turned off when we export, but it still displays it on the exported site:

Note that in developer tools, you can see the Webflow badge link block, but in view page source it’s not there.

Are you sure you publish the site after this change?.. (The badge visible also under .io url?).
Sound very weird (Not happens on any of my sites ever).

The badge added by webflow core Javascript (By append() Method).
The HTML insert by append() is not part of the view source code (Added after the page load) => This is not a bug -or- something like this.

@Siton_Systems Thanks, but no that didn’t work. We exported the code for these landing pages and are hosting it on Hubspot for this particular purpose.

  1. The account we exported from is a Pro account
  2. Webflow branding is turned off
  3. I went ahead and published to the staging domains (.io’s) again for good measure, just in case

Any thoughts, @cyberdave? I know you know Webflow like the back of your :raised_back_of_hand: :slight_smile:

@jonreese I was having the same issue as you with the Webflow badge showing up on a page hosted elsewhere. I solved it by removing the data on the html tag and made it a simple html tag.

I’m referencing this html tag on your site:

<html data-wf-domain="" data-wf-page="5f3d6c38e75f5ed6f4b38b26" data-wf-site="5f3d672e75133eac3680b208">

hope this helps

Hello! Maybe a bit late but I entered your website and the badge is still there, so maybe I can still help.

I found out that that badge is being entered through a css here: (ctrl+F → .w-webflow-badge )

If you have access to that file you could delete that part so the badge won’t be added.

Hi @lopezcallapa, I’m just running into this same issue now. Could you elaborate on how to access the CSS for an individual site?

I have an open ticket with Webflow support for this, but no solution so far. Thanks!

It is bad enough to offer customers the option to remove the “Made in Webflow” tag if they upgrade their plan and then display the tag anyway. It borders on unethical to not fix the problem after two years. You are effectively getting free advertising on your customer’s sites via the “Made in Webflow” logo.


  position:fixed !important;
  display:inline-block !important;
  visibility:visible !important;
  z-index:2147483647 !important;
  top:auto !important;
  right:12px !important;
  bottom:12px !important;
  left:auto !important;
  color:#AAADB0 !important;
  background-color:#fff !important;
  border-radius:3px !important;
  padding:6px 8px 6px 6px !important;
  font-size:12px !important;
  opacity:1 !important;
  line-height:14px !important;
  text-decoration:none !important;
  transform:none !important;
  margin:0 !important;
  width:auto !important;
  height:auto !important;
  overflow:visible !important;
  box-shadow:0 0 0 1px rgba(0,0,0,0.1),0 1px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.1);

Is there any update on this? I followed the steps and switched the buttons off and it still displays the “Made in Webflow” tag.

@RachelUnleash I suggest you follow the link to the University article and make sure you are using a custom domain. That works for me.

I’ve experienced this for the first time today with a client that (without question) needed to have two minor holding sites hosted internally on their web servers. Webflow this is a very sneaky decision to make and should be reversed ASAP. Obviously you want websites to be hosted on your servers, but there will be occasions due to an internal company IT policy that this is not always possible. If subscribers pay an annual fee to use Webflow Professional, they shouldn’t have to butcher code to get rid of a silly ‘Made in Webflow’ badge.