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Webflow Accessibility: How to Use UserWay’s Widget

Webflow allows website builders to easily create websites that showcase their products or services. Now, making sure that your visually appealing website is also accessible is easier than ever. UserWay makes Webflow accessibility possible. Here’s how you can install Userway’s accessibility widget to your Webflow website. 

Step 1: Register Your Website with UserWay

You will first need to register your website by clicking on the blue “Start Free Trial” button at the top right of the page and completing the registration process.

Once you get to the page with your unique code snippet, you can save it to your clipboard by clicking on the blue copy button or saving the text as a text file. If you forget to copy your unique code, you can also find it in the welcome email you received when you signed up or log into your UserWay dashboard and access it from there. To access it through the UserWay dashboard, login and select “My Embed Script” at the top right of the page. The embed script is your unique code which you can copy. 

If you forget your login information

You can find your login credentials in the welcome email that was sent to you upon registration. 

If you have already registered a website with UserWay

Add your new website to your list and use the same unique code you used in previous websites. That code is unique to you and can be used on all of your websites.

Step 2: Install the UserWay Widget to Your Webflow Website

In your Webflow dashboard, go to the list of your websites and find the website where you’d like to install the Webflow widget. Select the icon with three dots at the bottom right of the thumbnail, then click “Settings.”

1 - Go to dashboard and click settings

The Settings page will open with navigation tabs across the top. Select the “Custom Code” tab at the end of this list, and scroll to the bottom of the open page. 

2 - click custom code

In the “Footer Code” section at the bottom of the web page, paste your unique code snippet, and don’t forget to click on the green “Save Changes” button at the top right.

3 - paste code in footer and save

Once you’ve saved your changes, click the blue “Publish” button at the top right of the page to publish these changes to your Webflow website

You have now installed your Webflow plugin! Ensure that the accessibility widget is working properly on each page of your website.

Step 3: Customize Your UserWay Widget

To customize your widget options for your Webflow website, you can sign in to UserWay directly from the widget, or on your dashboard at All your customization options are available by using either method. 

Step 4: Consider your accessibility needs

Depending on your accessibility needs, you may want to consider upgrading to the UserWay PRO-Widget for more extensive accessibility compliance options. 



Webflow offers website-building software as a service that enables users to easily design and build impressive websites with little coding knowledge required. Users create the look they want on their website, and Webflow takes care of the code that is needed to create the web pages.

Webflow websites are not built with accessibility in mind, as the website builder is heavily focused on design. This is why widgets like UserWay are so incredibly important in helping you get one step closer to ADA compliance.

Accessibility widgets offer a variety of benefits to the function of a website, like providing screen reading technology, color contrast, and other accessibility-enhancing functions.

Ready to Make Your Webflow Website Accessible?