Use the href prefix setting in your Webflow site settings to combine Webflow Hosting with an existing hosting setup.
You can use the Href prefix setting in your Project settings to use Webflow Hosting in combination with an existing hosting setup. This sets a prefix for all internal page links.
For example, if you have a node.js / Ruby on Rails / Python application, or even an existing WordPress site, but you want to create a blog with Webflow CMS, you can set up a Webflow "sub-site" and use the href prefix to keep your links working.
In this example, let's say you have a blog you want to create in Webflow, but you want it to be served on the same domain as your main site.
This won't affect external links, mail or phone links, or links that get their value from the link, email, or phone fields.
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