If you are looking to build a paid or free newsletter alongside your blog then Goblin is the perfect fit. It’s a Hybrid theme & can be used for newsletters, blogs & magazines. Goblin Supports all the core features of Ghost, Including the ghost membership feature.
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Goblin comes with a clean & minimal design to focus the content. Your users won’t be destructed from your content because of the minimal design.
You dont need any Technical idea to setup the theme. The theme utilizes Ghost Custom settings to give you absolute NoCode experience.
Goblin comes with the ability to fit on any screen size. So that your ghost publication looks good & can be accessed from any device.
Goblin is fully integrated with Ghost membership feature. It has custom sign in & Sign up page, User facing account page, a pricing page for paid publication. Monetizing your blog with Ghost.
Show off a part of your paid/members-only content to encourage public users to sign up or even get a paid subscription
Goblin built with 2 column layout. It has a Subscription form on right bar to encourage users to subscribe to your blog. & the form is only visible to non-logged in users.
Goblin comes with a custom page template that lists all the authors of your ghost publication. You can use it as, i.e. to show off all the contributors of your publication.
Similar to Author archive, you can list all your tags in a separate page using the Custom Tag Archive template.
Goblin comes with Disqus comments integrated with option to enable/disable the comments on your post page
- Translation ready (English Included)
- Featured posts
- Responsive images
- Primary & secondary Navigation
- Lazy Loading for images
- SVG icons are used
- Well structured & commented codes
- Well Documented
- Easy to customize
- Instant Search
- Tag Accent Color in tag show page & custom tag list page
- Social share support for the publication & posts
- Responsive Embed
- Developer friendly
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