Webflow CMS Editor Login on self-hosted Website

I have a problem with the Webflow Code on a self-hosted Website. There is a webflow login on the bottom of the site.
You can see it on the screenshot.

this is the adress of the self-hosted site: b2b.regumed.de

Here is my public share link: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/regumedde?preview=76f0477ddd2a74c6198a8b8a7b0651d1

Hello @Bettina_Lucas

You can’t self host a CMS driven website.

If you look at that site there’s no reference to CMS on the export option.

The website in Webflow is not made with CMS. I made with Webflow a normal Website, exported the code and use it with our own CMS on our server. We did many projects like that with our own CMS using the Webflow Code.

It might be a bug in the export function. Send support@webflow.com a message. With your project link and exported site link.

When I try to enter the website it asks for a user and password, is that a CMS option on your side or is the password protection option from WF?

@Bettina_Lucas I do the same thing

  • design in Webflow
  • attach a PHP / MySQL backend (CMS)

I also host sites my a dedicated server.

As @aaronocampo said… I get server level user name / password prompt.

Last login: Tue Jan 10 11:10:09 on console
Mac-Pro-PD:~ MP-PD$ telnet regumed.de 80
Trying 31.220.125.195…
Connected to regumed.de.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
HEAD / HTTP/1.0

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2017 15:28:15 GMT
Server: Apache
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Connection: close
Content-Type: text/html

Connection closed by foreign host.
Mac-Pro-PD:~ MP-PD$

@Revolution Out of interest what CMS do you use?

It is a password protection of our website. Not from Webflow

It’s a custom in-house build that I made about 3 years ago.

It’s very capable application.

There are well-known 3rd party solutions available…

  • but I’ve never been happy with them
  • to much give… not enough take.

For external/visible sites… we use PHP to access the backend…

  • this allows for search engines to index client products.

For internal interfaces… we use PHP and AngularJS.

I’ve been looking into Mongo as well… as a potential replacement for MySQL.

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