How to use cargo site: Step-by-Step Guide
If you are also looking for how to use cargo site, you have landed on the right page. In this blog, I will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to use cargo website without any struggle.
In this blog, we will be creating our website in Cargo 3. If you do not know what is Cargo, read the blog – Cargo 3 Overview in which I have explained everything in detail about the Cargo 3 feature but in short, it is the latest site editor by Cargo Collective.
Step 1 – Go to Design Lab
Visit the Cargo site official website – Click here, click on Design Lab in the top menu, select the Blank Template, and then click on Duplicate.
Step 2 – Signup and Login
When you click on Duplicate, it will prompt you to enter your Cargo login credentials. If you already have an account, fill in your existing credentials. For those using Cargo for the first time, enter your preferred email and password to create a new account. If the email hasn’t been registered before, a new account will be created for you.
After logging in, you will be redirected to the Cargo dashboard section, where you can view the blank template you imported. All Cargo sites you create will be accessible from this dashboard.
If you wish to import the template again, simply click on Design Lab at the top right, and it will open the Design Lab for you to import the template once more.
Step 3 : Start editing the template
To begin editing the blank template you imported, hover over the template. It will display a three-dot icon; click on it to open a popup. Within the popup, you’ll find the ‘Edit’ option—click on ‘Edit’ to start editing.
Now that the blank template has opened in Cargo 3 editor, you can begin editing the template.
Step 4 – Publish and Preview Cargo website
You can start making changes to the website. To publish the changes you have made, on the right side, you will find a globe icon. Click on it and press the ‘Publish Changes’ button.
To preview your site, click on the hand icon at the top left and select “Go to Site.” This will open your website in a new tab.
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