i am testing it too. Hey @ColleenBrady when you created a page rule did it just appear when you previews the page in WP. I can’t even get a page to work. I am working on Flywheel local admittedly, but the api did connect!
edit: got it working. Pretty neat how you just add the rule and it goes live!
I noticed that the Webflow site has not been published for about 5 hours, can you please republish the test site you created once again and check the collections in the WP plugin settings to see if the test collection is displayed in the list?
Does this mean that I can create design layouts in Webflow that can be used for custom post type and single post layouts for custom post types in WordPress? Or – is Webflow offering the ability to take a collection created in Webflow and have it appear on a WordPress site.
Here’s what I have done recently: On my WordPress site, I created a new post type called “tests.”
The latter. Webflow is allowing you to display collection items as pages inside a Wordpress site. So if you mapped /wfblog/ to a collection called “posts” the path on the WP site would be /wfblog/post/post-slug
@webdev - Thank you for the clarification. Moving forward a bit more now, thanks to your answer. I am now able to see pages for individual items in my collection on my WordPress site, but don’t yet have what WordPress considers an “archive” that lists a series of items.
My URL construction seems simpler than what you suggested. My collection is “tests” and after my domain, the remaining URL is “/tests/post-slug”. For this example, it was “/tests/voluptas-sed-ipsum-hic” I don’t seem to need the word “post” between the collection name and post-slug. (I’m also not sure I have everything right yet).
Hello @alvinyang. I actually left the branding alone. I poked around in settings and see that my project has the settings off (Look partway down the page under “General Settings” for your project), but a “Made in Webflow” badge does appear in the lower right corner of my pages where I’ve used the plugin. I don’t know how to change that via configuration.
@alvinyang - SEO content configured in Webflow seems to port over. When you do a “View Source” on your published page on WordPress, look at what is tags like “”. Do you see what you configured in Webflow?