GitHub Pages vs Webflow: What are the differences?
Developers describe GitHub Pages as "Public webpages freely hosted and easily published". Public webpages hosted directly from your GitHub repository. Just edit, push, and your changes are live. On the other hand, Webflow is detailed as "Build responsive websites visually". Webflow is a responsive design tool that lets you design, build, and publish websites in an intuitive interface. Clean code included!.
GitHub Pages and Webflow can be categorized as "Static Web Hosting" tools.
Some of the features offered by GitHub Pages are:
- Blogging with Jekyll
- Custom URLs
- Automatic Page Generator
On the other hand, Webflow provides the following key features:
- Build responsive websites
- PIxel perfect control
- Publish and host in minutes
"Free" is the primary reason why developers consider GitHub Pages over the competitors, whereas "Interactions and Animations" was stated as the key factor in picking Webflow.
According to the StackShare community, GitHub Pages has a broader approval, being mentioned in 569 company stacks & 663 developers stacks; compared to Webflow, which is listed in 14 company stacks and 8 developer stacks.
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For the most part, everything went smoothly. The only things I had issues with were the following:
- If you want to point
wwwto GitHub Pages you need to rename the repo to
- If you edit something in the
_config.ymlyou need to restart
bundle exec jekyll sor changes won't show
- I had to disable the Grunt
htmlminmodule. I replaced it with Jekyll layout that compresses HTML for #webperf
Last but certainly not least, I made a donation to Let's Encrypt. If you use their service consider doing it too: https://letsencrypt.org/donate/
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