Community question: What do you know now that you wish you did before?

Hey Ghost community :wave:, Dave here.

I’d like to ask a question to people who’ve been using Ghost for their projects:

What tip, or piece of info, that you find useful to know that you wish you knew when you started using Ghost?

Was there something that you had difficulty getting your head around that you find really straightforward now? Maybe you have a reference link or document you keep to hand when working on Ghost sites? We’d love to help members of the community share their knowledge with others. That’s what this forum is all about :rainbow:

Please be constructive in your responses. If it’s in relation to an existing topic on the forum please reference it, thank you :v:

I’m sure I can think of something more substantial, but it was a very nice discovery when I clued in that adding /edit at the end of a URL for a post or page (be they in draft mode or published) would take you directly to the editor for that post/page.

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That is a nifty trick! I’m looking more at things coders/developers have discovered about Ghost that have helped them build Ghost sites :slight_smile: