creating a 3D globe without code

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No Code developers around the world are discovering the easiest way to translate client websites and applications.
Why Weglot?
No Code developers around the world are discovering the easiest way to translate client websites and applications.

We're back!

In 2020 Weglot and Finsweet joined forces to launch the most cloned Webflow showcase project of the year.

We are back with a new cloneable that will blow your mind.
open the 2020 project

3D interactive globe on a Webflow site without coding

Cloneable project
Webflow CMS integrated
Zero edit copy-paste code
Globe design as a .jpg image
Fully translatable with Weglot
Our world has been changing
We came a long way from the prehistoric times
To the age of  no code  technology
There areno border or barriers holding us back

Now it's time to show your world to the world

Create a globe and display it on your Webflow website.
The options are endless.
Our Office Manager Ashmita from India
Our CMO Martin from Portugal
Delivery to US
in 5-6 days
Delivery to Brazil in 7-8 days
We use ethically traded Shea Butter from South Africa
Our products are handmade in France
There are many different messages you can convey creatively with 3D Globes; like introducing your international team, showing the countries you can deliver to, or telling the creation story of your products.

The possibilities are endless. Now it’s your turn!
We made it as easy as possible for you.
No 3D skills needed. No javascript skills needed.
Basic Webflow understanding recommended :)
No technical
skills needed
Customize your pins, colors, textures and languages
Design globe in Figma or Photoshop and export as .jpg
Compatible with Webflow CMS for easy data management
create a globe

4.6 billion years ago
The Earth forms and is bombarded by meteorites and comets.
420 million years ago
Land plants evolve, drastically changing Earth's landscape and creating new habitats.
250 million years ago
The supercontinent called Pangea forms. Conifer-like forests, reptiles, and synapsids (the ancestors of mammals) are common.
4 million years ago
In Africa, an early hominid, affectionately named "Lucy" by scientists, lives. The ice ages begin, and many large mammals go extinct.
130,000 years ago
Anatomically modern humans evolve. Seventy thousand years later, their descendants create cave paintings — early expressions of consciousness.