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Webflow CMS Editor Login on self-hosted Website


#1

I have a problem with the Webflow Code on a self-hosted Website. There is a webflow login on the bottom of the site.
You can see it on the screenshot.

this is the adress of the self-hosted site: b2b.regumed.de

Here is my public share link: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/regumedde?preview=76f0477ddd2a74c6198a8b8a7b0651d1


#2

Hello @Bettina_Lucas

You can't self host a CMS driven website.

If you look at that site there's no reference to CMS on the export option.


#3

The website in Webflow is not made with CMS. I made with Webflow a normal Website, exported the code and use it with our own CMS on our server. We did many projects like that with our own CMS using the Webflow Code.


#4

It might be a bug in the export function. Send support@webflow.com a message. With your project link and exported site link.


#5

When I try to enter the website it asks for a user and password, is that a CMS option on your side or is the password protection option from WF?


#6

@Bettina_Lucas I do the same thing
- design in Webflow
- attach a PHP / MySQL backend (CMS)

I also host sites my a dedicated server.

As @aaronocampo said... I get server level user name / password prompt.

Last login: Tue Jan 10 11:10:09 on console
Mac-Pro-PD:~ MP-PD$ telnet regumed.de 80
Trying 31.220.125.195...
Connected to regumed.de.
Escape character is '^]'.
HEAD / HTTP/1.0

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2017 15:28:15 GMT
Server: Apache
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Connection: close
Content-Type: text/html

Connection closed by foreign host.
Mac-Pro-PD:~ MP-PD$


#7

@Revolution Out of interest what CMS do you use?


#8

It is a password protection of our website. Not from Webflow


#9

It's a custom in-house build that I made about 3 years ago.

It's very capable application.

There are well-known 3rd party solutions available...
- but I've never been happy with them
- to much give... not enough take.

For external/visible sites... we use PHP to access the backend...
- this allows for search engines to index client products.

For internal interfaces... we use PHP and AngularJS.

I've been looking into Mongo as well... as a potential replacement for MySQL.


#10

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