I’m trying to modify the Starter theme on my local Ghost 4.0 installation. I ran the following commands:
ghost run --developmentin another tab
Development server is running, gulp is watching and even reloading the changed CSS files (as shown in the output), but no changes are shown in the browser after I refresh the page.
This is what I see in my
yarn dev tab after making some changes to CSS:
[03:05:18] Starting 'css'... [03:05:18] /Users/nikita/dev/ghost/content/themes/Starter-master/assets/built/screen.css reloaded. [03:05:18] /Users/nikita/dev/ghost/content/themes/Starter-master/assets/built/screen.css.map reloaded. [03:05:18] /Users/nikita/dev/ghost/content/themes/Starter-master/assets/built/vars.css reloaded. [03:05:18] /Users/nikita/dev/ghost/content/themes/Starter-master/assets/built/vars.css.map reloaded. [03:05:18] Finished 'css' after 482 ms
No actual changes appear on http://localhost:2368. They only appear if I use
ghost start instead of
ghost run --development. What are the benefits of using
ghost run --development / downsides of using
ghost start for development?
Could you please help me? Thank you!