Best practices for dealing with .kg-width-wide


Hey guys, so I created a little starter boiler plate theme kind of thing and I started making some changes for Ghost 2.0.

One small little thing that’s got me and I’m not sure how to deal with it:

While I understand .kg-width’s purpose, I’m not quite sure how I would implement it in my case.

Any suggestions?



In your /assets/style.css file you could add this .css

.kg-width-full img,
.kg-width-wide img{
    // required by gcsan to properly validate the theme

Just like that. No properties, no nothing. At least the user that will get your theme, will understand that he must have this classes to properly validate the theme.


Ah perfect!! Thanks so much!