I'm very excited to inform you all that today I launched my first ever complete, Webflow website.
I was honored to be chosen to design and develop the website of one of the most prestigious hospitals in the Middle East. They wanted to modernize their old website and wanted the ability to update it themselves. I was lucky to have started testing Webflow at that time and the CMS was also announced a few days before I got the proposal for this project.
This site is a multi-language site with English, French, and Arabic versions. and also of course completely responsive.
It had many challenges, however, I was blessed with the Webflow updates (options in dynamic collections, conditional visibility, rich text embeds, etc.) that came all in the right time to help me finish the site in less than 4 months. And of course, I was also blessed with the wonderful Webflow community and staff whose support and help was super useful; so, thank you guys.
Among the challenges I faced was the fact that I had many dynamic collections and content in 3 languages. Here, I want to thank @sabanna for helping me out with the dynamic collection structure..
Among the many advantages of this structure was the fact that when i duplicated my pages for translated versions, I simple changed the binding fields in the dynamic lists without having to un-link all bindings to change the collection and rebind the fields.
Another multi-language issue was the time formats and month names and such. Here, @samliew helped me incorporate moments.js in the site and now my site speaks 3 languages fluently
I also want to thank @PixelGeek for critiquing my site a few times during the webinars; your notes were taken my friend, thank you.
And again I want to thank everyone at Webflow and the lovely community for the support here in the forums. I specially want to thank @cyberdave for being available at support@webflow, your support was invaluable. Thanks so much.
Finally, I was super happy that the client loved the site, and they are already considering new ideas for the future.
Now, I want to here your thoughts guys. I'm still learning and this was my first Webflow site, definitely not the last So, I'm glad to here your thoughts on everything in the site.