I’m a bit frustrated because I’ve been reading the Terms of Service for this lovely app which I’ve paid $400+ for, and realized that Webflow actually only allows certain types of content. You can get your subscription cancelled if you build any sites that have:
- Anything considered offensive, up to Webflow’s discretion
- Anything Profane
- Non- Factual information
- Adult Content
- Adult Themes
As a freelancer who takes jobs to make all types of websites, these vague limits are extremely limiting, and mean that Webflow could take down most websites at their own discretion. I mean really, “offensive” is entirely subjective. Where’s the line on “non-factual information”? If I make a site for a local coffee shop and they fib about getting an award for best coffee, will my subscription be terminated?
I’ve created a post for it on the Webflow features wishlist, I’d appreciate it if everyone could give it a vote. If anyone has any idea why they do this or when they’re planning to fix it, please let me know. If Webflow only allows good Christian content, then it isn’t a versatile tool, it’s a toy meant for one type of website.