I'm building a web-based ebook library similar to what webflow has made.
And the following video explains how to build an ebook website using CMS and flexbox features.
The CMS parameters allow you to click on an ebook, so that it navigates to the current ebook. Placing a form in between might break the connection. I would need everything to happen automatically, without creating a page with a form for each ebook.
First, I contacted the webflow support and here's the response I got -
Thanks for getting in touch! That is an awesome question At the moment, we do not have that kind of feature that will unlock a page based on a form submission, although it is possible to do this using custom code : http://help.webflow.com/faq/how-to-add-custom-head-and-body-code-to-a-webflow-site.
_One excellent service is Google Firebase (https://firebase.google.com) which have a great Authentication widget, that allow users to sign up for facebook, google, twitter, gitHub or email. _
Once a user is signed in, you can pull the url of the content from firebase and redirect the user to the hidden content.
There may be other solutions, another great resource to check is the code help pages. There you can search for answers to common questions and ask for help when you might face a coding or feature requirement.