The clipboard inspector for Webflow data
Have you ever wondered how it is technically possible to copy an element from one page to another within Webflow? Well, I have! I've been searching for days to find references to it.... And finally struck gold (thanks to the FinSweet Pro Group, Jean-Philippe Trinh & Vimalan Vijay)! With the evercoder GitHub Clipboard Inspector, you can finally get an overview of what kind of code structure you need to create in order to copy your own elements.
(Still under development as of March 15th 2023)
Have you ever wondered how it is technically possible to copy and paste an element from one page to another within Webflow?
Well, I did!
I searched for days to find any clues on this... but finally struck gold (thx to the FinSweet Pro Group, Jean-Philippe Trinh & Vimalan Vijay)!
With this -> wonderful tool <-, the evercoder GitHub clipboard inspector you can finally get a grasp of what kind of code structure you need to create to be able to copy your own elements.
Here is Vimalan's loom video on the subject matter:
Here is the code snippet he found --> codesandbox.io/pensive-bell
Want to see this code in action?
Read this article --> leon-barth.com/solution/how-to-create-your-own-relume-library-ripoff
Addendum from the CTO of Finsweet, Alex Iglesias Piñol
You can get the JSON data using this:
And you can paste the JSON data using this:
You still have an open question about BMG.studio and how we operate. Chances are good that you will find what you are looking for here:
Why does this FAQ exist?
Well. As of Wednesday, March 15th 2023, I think this component looks really cool.
Can I clone this FAQ component?
Yes. Yes you can. You can do so -> here <-
Still have questions?
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