How To Configure and Maintain Ghost from the Command Line

Introduction Ghost is an exciting new blogging platform focused on getting back to the basics. It allows you to focus on content and presentation without the usual bloat and distractions. In previous guides, we discussed how to deploy Ghost on DigitalOcean with our one-click install. We also covered how to manage content and how to … Read more

How to use Feedburner with your Ghost blog

The following guide outlines how to integrate email subscriptions with your Ghost blog using Feedburner, a is a free service that pushes your blog content to readers who subscribe. Note: This tutorial assumes that you already have access to an HTML editor capable of recognizing “.hbs” files. If you do not have an HTML editor, … Read more

Changing the copyright notice on your blog

Note: This tutorial assumes that you already have access to an HTML editor capable of recognizing “.hbs” files. If you do not have an HTML editor, there are several free options, such as Brackets. Download a copy of Casper To start, grab a copy the latest version of Casper, the default theme pre-installed with Ghost. … Read more

How do I configure Ghost (blog)?

After running Ghost for the first time, you’ll find a file called config.js in the root directory of Ghost, along with index.js. This file allows you to set environment level configuration for things like your URL, database, and mail settings. If you haven’t yet run Ghost for the first time, you won’t have this file … Read more

What is the Ghost (blog) markdown?

Blog posts in Ghost are written using Markdown. Markdown is a minimal syntax for marking up your documents with formatting, using punctuation and special characters. For those new to Markdown, this guide will help you become familiar with the full list of shortcuts and a few of our own additions. Ghost’s version of markdown is … Read more