We create extension cards and themes for Ghost.
Hello guys, this is my blog about stock market in Croatia opcije.com .
Right now I am using casper theme with little modifications.
After using a modified version of the Casper theme for the last year, we’ve finally got around to redesigning our blog from scratch!
I’d already posted my blog here last November, but since then it’s changed a fair bit.
Including a revamped home page:
Please have a look: https://sashinexists.com
Thought I’d share too… I have two sites; the first is a Project Management centric site I’m working to launch and the second is my personal brain dump and tech.
I run a technology blog focusing apple products, apps, and productivity. Here’s my link:
Brightful Meeting Games is a suite of icebreaker games for remote teams. We are using a customized version of Casper!
Your blog is ver good. There is no 3rd party comment extension. So I could not write somthings. I recommend to use “GraphComment” [Click to see tutorial of GraphComment ]. Your cloudinary image hosting tutorial for Ghost CMS is perfect. But I cant manage them from admin page. Currently I can upload images to Cloudinary but I cant use them for next posts. I need to upload same images again. İs not there any asset management interface for cloudinary in Ghost?
Here is my Ghost blog: https://mentalpivot.com
It includes my book notes and posts and things I’m learning (there are several Ghost-specific posts as well).
I’ve used WordPress in the past and Ghost is a breath of fresh air! I just wanted a simple post editor and no excess cruft so I can have a lean, mean, lightweight website (thank you Ghost Team).
@mentalpivot I really like what you’ve done with Weblog on your blog. I also noticed a curious overlap in reading tastes — Subscribed via RSS
I started a new german blog using Ghost v3 3 days ago:
Tinkering Mind using the MNML Theme. It runs very smooth so far and I like it a lot!!
And heres another site of mine which I run on a completely customized theme: Ars Neurochirurgica
After faffing about for months, I finally launched my Ghost blog using a customised Renge theme from the incredible Fueko. SmartStrongStylish.com is a blog about ‘personal development for the insatiably curious’ – I’m starting with writing about personal growth challenges (at the moment, kettlebells and keto) and expanding into authentic and personable stories about growth, change and resilience with a strong leaning to evidence-based sources. I plan to implement full memberships in the near future, still researching ideas for best building the kind of community I want to foster.
Customising Fueko’s theme was really easy, with great variable styles to choose from out of the box or customise completely. @John I’m not sure if you heard me from my corner home office down here in Oz, but I’ve shouted “I love you” so many times my husband wants to know who this John fellow is Ghost is just so. much. fun. and so reinvigorating a space to write and publish.
Glad to see this thread lives on with more blogs to read - I find Ghost users write more insightful and in-depth content than I have found elsewhere and it’s so delightful to stumble across a thoughful article, view the footer and realise “of course its good, they use Ghost!”
DesignerUp looks absolutely fantastic, and a good read too - bookmarking and sharing
Out of curiosity, are your Courses pages (like your Product Design one) a Ghost page or are you using a mix of platforms?
That’s a good looking site!
Few week before I started Ghost based blog.
The key motive of the blog is : Real life stories and positive news in a Narrative way.
https://kahaniguru.com/ is my blog .
Theme is based on liabling and I did my own customisation over it.
Greeting from Indonesia! Our blog is using casper theme with some modifications. We are developing clean and seo friendly theme based on tailwindcss. Here’s our blog: https://sepadapost.com
My friend Shadi Hamid and I recently moved our podcast and newsletter to Ghost. Built this theme from scratch. We used to host the podcast on a Wordpress site, the newsletter on Substack, and were trying to get people to pay on Patreon. This is, I think, much better.
The same Shadi Hamid that was on Sam Harris’ Making Sense a few years back?!
Nice work, the website looks great!
The same Shadi Hamid!
Is it shareable Its nice.