I represent Bablic.com, a localization startup. We get lots of requests about if Bablic works with Webflow, how to integrate, how to localize properly on Webflow and so on so I decided to put together a straightforward tutorial for how to localize webflow websites.
You can find it here: http://blog.bablic.com/translate-your-webflow-website-with-bablic/
We're also a relatively young company and any feedback is appreciated.
Basically Bablic lets you translate your Webflow website within minutes. Choose from machine translation or professional human translation right from our editor. The amazing thing about Bablic is how user friendly it is, you can start off with machine translation and then manually edit things like text, images and even CSS/style in order to make sure your website's look and feel is consistent in every language.
Get in touch with me directly if you need any help, firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to hearing back from the community,
Thanks in advance