Manage your campaign website
Online fundraisingCreate as many custom pages as your campaign needs to get your message across
Simple formsGather email addresses, opinions, volunteer signups, and more with custom forms
Integrated action centerSupporters can create accounts, join groups, sign petitions, and volunteer
Complete controlLimitless flexibility to create and customize your website
Features for managing your website
Focus on contentno coding necessary
You shouldn’t have to be a developer to edit your website. With Camelot, non-technical members of your team can edit content without touching code, using our built-in what-you-see-is-what-you-get rich text editor or our markdown editor.
Just to be safe, you can preview pages or changes before publishing, so everything gets a second look. And your content exists outside your design, so your website’s look can change without affecting its content.
Easily change your design with themes
Use themes to experiment with different layouts and designs. Download public themes and switch between themes in an instantwithout editing your content.
Your themes can include custom templates or inherit from an existing theme. You can also have different variations on each theme, using the same templates with different stylesheets or images.
Although Camelot comes with a ready-to-use theme right out of the box, there are virtually no limits on the sites you can design. You can use any custom templates, stylesheets, and images you want.
Our custom template logic also gives you the flexibility to determine what Camelot data is shown, where it appears, and how it is presented.
And you’re not locked into some generic site oragnization—in fact, this site itself is powered by Camelot.
Code-free design changes with variables
Camelot supports Sass right out of the box. Sass is a superset of CSS that provides variables, nesting, and other useful features to vanilla CSS. We’ll automatically export your files to CSS that browsers can read.
We’ve even built Sass support right into our template engine: create a new Sass file with
$variables defined up front. We’ll let you edit those variables without touching any code, and we even provide a color picker for simple color changes.