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My sites :slight_smile:

solucionafacil.com

davidmcalduch.com

futureof.work

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Since I am new here am I allowed sharing my blogs here? just asking lol you know how strict rules are here

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Super excited to have my site up and running.

Here’s the site as of today: Women Conquer Business.

There are about 4 pages I’m continuing to work on, but many of the little details have been sorted just in time for me to step away for a few days.

Big thanks to @dan for the FANTASTIC theme (Ali Abdaal Original). Seriously well-coded and your support for the theme and Cove are awesome.

Also a shout-out to @gmfmi for the search functionality (SearchinGhost-easy). That was driving me nuts because I’m not a developer, but someone who can tweak code a little here and there.

And definitely a HUGE THANKS to the Ghost Migration Team who pulled everything over from WordPress. Paul did a lot of checking and tweaking and I can’t even imagine the amount of work it would’ve been without his TLC. :clap: :clap: :clap:

I guess I better get to blogging. :grinning:

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Brand new to Ghost and using it for a personal project. Using a default theme for now:

URL is https://find-your-spark.ghost.io/

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MeldWithMe is a Food Blog :green_salad: made by me. I am using Okiro theme with some minor CSS customizations. For Push Notifications I am using OneSignal. Overall very happy with the blog. :innocent: Do check it out :tada:

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I’ve had a blog set up for some time, but just decided to really start getting some blog posts in. My blog is at https://codydostal.com

I use the alto theme.

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Hi,

My ghOst is

https://kateryna-i-chubei.ghost.io.

Writing own view on the war in Ukraine regularly.

Thank you for subscribe.

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Hi everyone!
I just recently started my first ghost blog, but have plenty of content that I need to write and post.

Christopher Adam Photography Blog

I am using casper theme as I get used to learning the code, and plan to soon add Cove, and some other tools to enhance the experience.

Thanks for looking/subscribing, and look forward to connecting with others in the community!

Christopher

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My blog is called Downforce and i use edition theme.

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yo!

my newsletter is daphnis mxxn. i use the theme dawn.

Been using Casper!

The marketing website for my company’s new organization chart software, Lexchart, is built with Ghost. It might be a useful example, because it is much more than a blog. We are using Ghost for the entire site, including:

  • Custom home page which is pulling data from posts with Handlebars,
  • Custom landing pages like org chart software pricing
  • Product documentation
  • Tutorials with embedded videos from Wistia
  • Newsletter signup.
  • lots of examples of different card types

We do not use paid memberships from Ghost because the Lexchart app has both a free and paid version with its own registration system.

The site starts with the Firma theme. @eddiesigner has been great to work with. Firma includes a content search feature which was important to us. Fima also includes Alpinejs so we can develop additional interactive elements.

Beyond that we added tailwindcss with custom prefixed classes to avoid CSS conflicts with the theme. This allows us to extend the design in Tailwind which is our preferred CSS tech.

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I run two Ghost sites.

  1. padraig.blog - It’s my personal blog on the liebling theme.

  2. 247title.info - A simplistic ‘blog’ that tracks all the title changes for the WWE 24/7 Championship - Using the ruby theme.

Tutorials and guides for NAS systems (Synology) and networks: https://hdsplus.co

This is a stellar example of what a dev/design team can do with Ghost. Thanks for sharing!

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THE LIMITLESS WOMAN - online magazine for women. https://www.thelimitlesswoman.com/

Hi. This website - https://propagandist.media/ - is news and magazine about Russia. The theme was created by me)

New personal blog with a customized Headline theme:

Some changes to the headline theme include:

  • Dark mode
  • Custom archive page: Mark Stosberg
  • Removed author name and photo (since there’s only one author)
  • Replaced “Latest” section on the front page with a Featured section. I don’t blog often and want to highlight my best work, not necessarily my most recent work.
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