Integrating a site in CloudCannon means getting your data and content to an editable state. A good starting point for this process is completing a successful build.
Follow these steps to fully integrate your site:
The global configuration file is the heart of your integration with CloudCannon.
The navigation plays a crucial rule directing team members where to edit content in CloudCannon.
At this point you should have a good base integration with CloudCannon. There are a number of optional features from here that improve the editing experience. Depending on your site and use case, each feature will have a different priority for you.
The rest of the documentation covers these features in depth, and here are some suggestions to get started:
You don’t have to install integration tools or generate integration files yourself.
CloudCannon integrates your site through a JSON file automatically generated during your build. This file contains your global configuration and metadata from your collections and files. The integration file is generated for you with one of the following automatically installed plugins or tools:
Check your build output to see logs and potential warnings from these integration tools to diagnose issues.