How To Get Html From Figma

Figma is a widely utilized prototyping tool by UI/UX designers, enabling the creation of interactive and responsive designs that closely resemble the end product. A common inquiry is, “Is it possible to obtain HTML from Figma?” The answer is Yes. This blog post will provide a step-by-step guide on extracting HTML code from Figma designs.

Using Figma to HTML Converters

The easiest way to get HTML code from Figma is by using online converters. These online tools allow you to directly convert your Figma designs into a clean and usable HTML code. One of the most popular online converters is Figma to HTML by Anima. Here is how you can use it:

Step 1: Install the Anima plugin for Figma

Firstly, install the Anima plugin on your Figma app. You can find it in the Figma community and install it by clicking on the ‘Install’ button.

Step 2: Sync your Figma design with Anima

After installation, sync your Figma design with Anima. Open your Figma file, and select the frame you want to convert to HTML.

Step 3: Preview and Export as HTML

Click on the Anima plugin, and click on the ‘Preview in Browser’ button. This will render the design into an interactive webpage. Finally, click on the ‘Export as HTML/CSS’ button to get your HTML code.

Manual Conversion

Even though automatic conversion is straightforward and convenient, manual conversion provides more control over the code. Here’s how you can do it.

Step 1: Inspect your design in Figma

Open your Figma file and inspect the element you want to convert into HTML by clicking on it. This will show you its properties like dimensions, colors, fonts, etc.

Step 2: Write the HTML code

Using the properties you obtained from Figma, write the corresponding HTML code. For instance, to create an HTML button:

<button style="width: 100px; height: 50px; background-color: #4CAF50; color: white; font-family: Arial;">Button</button>

This is the HTML code for a button with width 100px, height 50px, background-color #4CAF50, White color text, and font Arial.


In conclusion, extracting HTML from Figma can be as simple as using an online converter or manually writing the HTML code based on the design properties in Figma. The method you choose depends on your specific requirements and comfort level with writing HTML code. Regardless of the method, the goal is to transform your beautiful Figma designs into functional HTML code that brings your design to life.