If you're trying to push/pull data into or out of your Webflow site, you might need to find your Item IDs, Collection IDs, and Site IDs directly from Webflow. This can be helpful for building in Zapier, Parabola, Integromat, etc.
You can see your Collection IDs and Item IDs individually in the Webflow Designer.
Or you can use the API to get your Collection IDs, Item IDs, and importantly, your Site IDs too.
While on any page inside the Designer, click on the Asset Manager (highlighted in image below).
Then click on the settings gear of any of the images in your Asset Manager.
Then, click to open the image in a new tab or copy the URL of the image.
The URL where the image is hosted looks something like this:
The site URL is that hash of numbers and letters after ".com/" and before the next slash. In other words, your Webflow Site ID is here:
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First, you'll need to get an API access token for your site.
Go to your Dashboard in Webflow, then to the Integrations tab, then scroll down to API Access.
Click "Generate API Token". Copy this and store it somewhere safe. You won't be able to access it again.
To get info about your site, use your browser URL using the structures below:
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