This release adds full support for Eleventy in CloudCannon. Try Eleventy with your own custom site or with one of our templates. Read our documentation for details on how to configure your Eleventy site for CloudCannon.
We’ve made some updates to the flow for creating a new site. Helpful suggestions are displayed prominently if the first build fails. Terminal output has been replaced with configuration tips for non-technical editors. Build options are sorted more neatly into accordions.
This release also introduces a new configuration file for CloudCannon, which can be used to streamline the site creation process by defining build configuration in advance.
noTimesis now enabled by default for Hugo sites
npm installis now run automatically for Hugo sites with a package.json file
This release brings our new preview options used in Snippets (Hugo shortcodes) and Structure configuration to a number of inputs. We’ll be bringing these across to collections next so that configuration is consistent everywhere. We’ve also included a number of other features and fixes in this release.
previewoption for Select, Multiselect, Choice, Multichoice, Object and Array inputs.
_inputsdifferently per schema.
add_optionsderived from schemas.
This release adds support for Eleventy snippets! Now you can configure your custom Liquid or Nunjucks shortcodes and add them directly to your content.
This release provides a number of useful options for controlling the size of some of our larger inputs in the Data Editor. We also now allow JPEG profile images and have a nicer title-to-filename mapping.
This release adds much-requested support for Hugo shortcodes in the Content Editor! And boy, we are excited to get this feature out.
CloudCannon automatically supports all built-in Hugo shortcodes. Over the coming months we’ll start to reveal more of the bigger picture for our Snippets feature, which will include full support and integration for shortcode equivalents in other static site generators (like Liquid tags in Jekyll and Eleventy), as well as full MDX support. Read the full Hugo shortcode release post in our blog.