Start using Cilogi
To use our platform you need only a Google Login. We require a Google Login because you need one in any case to use analytics for your guide, so it should present the smallest inconvenience. If you don't have a Google Login you can sign up here. If there is sufficient demand we'll add the possibility of signing in with other Email or social media accounts.
Follow the tutorials below to see how to author and publish a Cilogi Guide. Its simple, no programming is involved, and you only need your browser. If you have any comments or questions please or you can use our GitHub issues tracker.
Once you've finished Tutorial 3 you'll need to download images, and later an audio file. You can, of course, use your own images or download this ZIP file to use the images and audio we're using in the tutorials. The images are in the directory
media/images and the audio in
media/audios. You will need to unzip the file, once you've downloaded it.
Find out how to log in using a Google login. At present you need a Google login to use the online editor.
Shows you how to create a new guide.
Set up a home page. Learn how to publish your guide.
Each page has an image which can be uploaded on the image page. Pages may contain other images, or audio files, which need to be uploaded. In this tutorial we see how to upload image and audio files, whether singly or in bulk. You can use the ZIP file with our images if you wish.
Add more pages, and see how to link into the home page. Our first real guide.
Create your first map, and link in the pages you've already created.
Tours are an important feature of many guides. See how to create a tour, annotate it and include audio files.
Listings provide a mechanism by which visitors can easily discover information as they physically browse a collection. In particular they provide a mechanism which provides information about objects near to or related to an object being viewed in the guide. See how to create a listing.
See how to create an embedded shop using the default supplier -- Amazon.
See how to create internal links between pages, tours and listings.