Mar 31 2014New CSS Inspector
We've released a much improved CSS Inspector that consolidates two pieces of existing functionality: the Inspector and the CSS Editor.
Ways to access:
• Keyboard shortcut: shift-c
• Bookmarklet: CSS Inspector
(drag link to Bookmarks bar)
Click any element on your site to edit its properties; click the line numbers to access your full stylesheet. Double-click links in your site to navigate.
Mar 3 2014Developer Tools — Public Beta
The Developer Tools
are now in Public Beta.
More information and Documentation
✓ Connect with SFTP and use your favorite code editor
✓ Make your own Designs and share them with others
✓ Free for all Cargo Members
Feb 12 2014New design: Callisto
uses a liquid thumbnail layout that always fills the width of the browser window.
Inside the project content, images and video are separated from text, which is always displayed on the right side. Project media also adjusts its width: if an image or video is larger than the available width, it is scaled down. Below the project contents sits a strip of thumbnails linking to other projects, as well as a link to go back to the project Index.
This Design uses a variety of layout adjustments to accommodate smaller screen sizes on phones and tablets.
Dec 19 2013Update to Image Selections
Image Selections enable you to save images of your choice from any Cargo website for future reference. We’ve now added a public feed of all image selections
to the homepage.
We’ve also added a way to see which of your images have been selected by others: go to your site /selections and click on the “Selected from” link.
To Select an image, click & drag it, then drop it in the Selections panel that appears on the right-side of the page. The work’s author will be notified of your selection (unless he/she opts to turn that notification off via Settings > Account Details
Dec 5 2013Developer Tools — Private Beta
We’ve released a Private Beta of the Cargo Developer Tools
More information and Documentation
To participate, request access via email
Oct 29 2013New design: Vega
is a “feed-style” design which features two endlessly scrollable columns. The left contains project thumbnails, while the right displays full projects. Thumbnails scroll to keep pace while scrolling the project column. Clicking a thumbnail jumps directly to that project within the feed.
Oct 29 2013Support for Sets in select Designs
We've released a few new designs that Support Sets. Sets are like “folders,” used to organize your Project List, and in these new designs the navigation can reflect this organization on the front-end of your site as well.
Designs that support Sets: Polaris
Each design uses Sets in a different way, visit your Display Options > Using Sets
to try it out.
Oct 29 2013New design: Europa
is a companion Design to Sirius
. It uses mostly the same architecture, the main difference being that Projects in Europa scroll ‘normally,’ as opposed to Sirius, where Project media are separated into ‘slides.’
The index page centers the thumbnails, which are by default set to a flexible width and height (*,* in your Display Options). If the number of project thumbnails exceeds the Pagination
display option, it automatically loads more as you scroll down the page.
This design supports Sets. If you use Sets to organize your Project List, Europa can reflect this organization on the front-end: Display Options > Using Sets
Oct 29 2013New design: Cassiopeia
uses a liquid thumbnail layout that always fills the width of the browser window. This can be changed to a fixed-width layout in your Display Options
Images inside projects also adjust their width: if an image is larger than the available width inside the browser, it is scaled down, while never scaling larger than its original size. There is also a display option to scale images vertically, so they fit within the available browser height.
This design supports Sets
. If you use Sets to organize your Project List, Cassiopeia
can reflect this organization on the front-end: Display Options > Using Sets
Oct 29 2013New design: Andromeda
loads Projects onto a vertically scrolling page which continues to load new projects as you scroll.
It’s structured into two sections — Feed
— which you can rename in your Display Options.
Images on the page adjust their width: if an image is larger than the available width inside the browser, it is scaled down, while never scaling larger than its original size.