Just tested around with reflow for a website I’m working on. The current features make it difficult to customise and style the reflow elements in studio but i was able to do apply my own css to them by using class names I found using inspect element in my browser. Some ::after and ::before I used were helpful in adding extra content like titles and in general just to make it more visually appealing.
AFTER CUSTOM CSS:
So far, my experiences with Reflow have been positive, albeit a little frustrating with the constant workarounds I had to do in order get the site looking more “full” if that makes sense. I’m sure this is something that the developers will work on. The actual e-commerce side is something I haven’t tested yet but managing products in the “products” section is difficult, I would love to be able to edit multiple products at the same time. Also something i consider necessary is to be able to specify how many of a single product are in stock so that once the stock runs out, the product will automatically be labelled as out of stock and customers can’t purchase it anymore. Product reviews also seem like a no-brainer.
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Overall, I like Reflow so far and I’m excited to see new features added.