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Dec 1 2014
New design: Betelgeuse


Betelgeuse
Preview
In the Betelgeuse Design, individual thumbnail images can be doubled in size, providing a way to create more variety in visual rhythm, and to emphasize specific works. To use, click on the + icon at the top-right of a thumbnail image (visible when logged in).

The thumbnail index uses a liquid layout that always fills the available display width.

Betelgeuse is designed to accommodate a wide variety of display devices.

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Dec 1 2014
New design: Virgo


Virgo
Preview
Virgo separates Project images and videos into individual blocks, with each block centered and scaled to fit the browser window.

The thumbnail index uses a liquid layout that always fills the available display width.

Virgo is designed to accommodate a wide variety of display devices.

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Dec 1 2014
New design: Copernicus


Copernicus
Preview
Copernicus is one of our ‘Feed’-based designs — Projects are loaded onto a vertically scrolling page which continues to load new projects as you scroll. It’s structured into two sections — Feed and Index — 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.

Copernicus is designed to accommodate a wide variety of display devices.

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Dec 1 2014
New design: Cassini


Cassini
Preview
Cassini (a Copernicus derivative) is one of our ‘Feed’-based designs — Projects are stacked onto a vertically scrolling page, spread over multiple columns if there is enough space inside the browser window.

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.

Cassini is designed to accommodate a wide variety of display devices.

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Nov 11 2014
Image handling overhaul

We've completely redone Cargo's image handling: we now store many size variants of the images you upload so that we can choose the most appropriate version in different display contexts, devices, resolutions, screens sizes, etc.

More info in our Image formatting guide
July 30 2014
File uploads


We've created a basic file storage feature that allows for uploading files other than your project images. You can host files like a PDF resume, a background image, an audio file, etc. The storage limit is 100 MB.

To access it, edit one of your projects and click on the File icon in the formatting toolbar.
(Requires a Site Upgrade.)
May 8 2014
New Mobile Display Options


We've added a few new Display Options to Cargo’s Mobile viewer: there are now custom settings for your Header Image, Header Text, and Start Page. Access these via your Admin > Display Options > Mobile.

Additionally, the Mobile Viewer is now part of the Developer Tools, allowing full control over how your content is displayed on mobile devices when this option is active. Find the files in the Mobile directory of your Design.
Mar 31 2014
New 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 2014
Developer Tools — Public Beta


The Developer Tools are now in Public Beta.

✓ Access your site’s full HTML, CSS and JavaScript
✓ Connect with SFTP and use your favorite code editor
✓ Make your own Designs and share them with others
✓ Free for all Cargo Members

More information and Documentation
Feb 12 2014
New design: Callisto


Callisto
Preview
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.
 
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