I used to be a big fan of Wordpress. And My two previous websites were done with Wordpress. I would design and hire a programmer. I would choose an existing theme and within it modify a few simple things such as typography, colors.
But my last one turned into a nightmare. The first one hit a wall due to lack of knowledge and gave up. The second one was a real coder, he was one of the programmers of the theme that I had bought. But the coding was sloppy with design. dimensions were off, typography wasn't aligned.
So I decided to move on, and to start from scratch with Webflow.
Webflow has a lot of great capabilities. I even didn't try yet the CMS function, which seems quite powerful.
A few years ago, I wrote on a forum that at some point, programming would become useless for some web designers. People really didn't agree...
I also admire programmers who push further the overall web experience and create new things. But for most of us, designers, Webflow can do a great job and save time.