Start From a Webflow Template

Article author
Duncan Hamra

This article will show you what happens when you start from one of our Webflow Templates. TLDR: Memberstack will automatically copy the site settings of the template into your new site 🎉

Please note, that this can only be done when creating a new app. 

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Find a Template in Webflow

Any of our cloneable templates that have this (👇) little box in the bottom right corner are templates.

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Projects without an ID are signup forms, pricing tables, and other stand-alone components which don't have any backend settings to import. 

Create a New App in Memberstack

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Give your app a name, select Webflow, and paste the template ID from the template you want to clone. Click "Create App" to save. 

After Duplicating a Template...

This handy feature will automatically import free plans, convert paid plans to free plans (so you can set your prices), plan settings, site settings, custom fields, and gated content. 🎉

To complete your build, you'll need to swap out the header script, connect your Stripe account (if you have paid plans), and add prices

Once you've made those prices, you'll need to update the data attributes in your payment buttons. Memberstack generates unique price ids each time you make a new price. 

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  • Comment author
    Matthew Hartwell

    I cant see where to actually find the template ID, say for example with the General SaaS Template?

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  • Comment author
    Duncan Hamra

    Hey Matthew 👋 That's an initiative I began but did not follow through on (it kept getting bumped down the list). 

    If I'm unable to finish updating the template IDs do you feel confident you can continue on without it? I.e. create your own free plans, gated content, etc.?

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