This designer’s documentation intends to explain the structural workings of Kigo and the methods of designing for Kigo.
Due to some flexibility in Kigo it is not possible to document all the different ways in which it can be customized. For help with this, please consult us. Also, remember that Kigo is a constantly evolving application, therefore, this documentation may not faithfully reflect the current state of Kigo. However, the concepts introduced to you will still be very helpful.
This documentation is for front end developers that need to implement a design in a Kigo website and designers that need to learn the key parts of a Kigo website.
To understand this guide and undertake the tasks and best practices it describes, you must be thoroughly familiar with HTML and CSS.
Kigo is a web solution for vacation rental agencies, allowing them to manage both their reservations and website online.
In the likes of other content management system (CMS), pages generated by Kigo are customizable in CSS.
This guide will show you the structure of the HTML and how CSS will help you customize the website to the maximum of its possibilities.
For a demo of most of the examples described here, please visit our demo website.
If you wish to develop a website upon our template Simple: