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README.md

FirePress_Stupendous

What is this?

It’s a theme (a template if you prefer) for Ghost.

Ghost is a free and open source website & blogging platform designed to simplify the process of publishing. It’s individual bloggers as well as online publications. You can see Ghost as a CMS (content management system) designed to be better alternative to systems like: WordPress, Drupal, Medium, Tumblr, etc.

Live demo

Not available at the moment. I’m working on a dedicated website where people will be able to see all Ghost Themes we are supporting at FirePress.

Screenshots

  • work in progress

Why fork this Ghost Theme ?

Enhancements — This theme is an enhanced version of the original theme Casper made by the Ghost foundation. When I say « original » I mean prior the moment, Casper was completely revamped with the release of Ghost 1.0.

These are the essential enhancements I can’t live without:

  • Buttons (unicorn UI)
  • Icons (Font Awesome 5)
  • Code Syntax (highlight.js)
  • Grid (great to make pricing table)

Drop-in replacement — You can use it as a drop-in replacement of the original Casper theme.

Code Injection — Take a look those snippets in this Git repo. It’s an easy way to customize your theme.

Curated — This theme is one the few themes that pass our big test. See the curated collection in this Git repo.

Compatibility — This theme will work on Ghost >= 1.0.

Contributing

Thanks to the power of communities, this is where 1 + 1 = 3.

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
  3. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
  5. Submit a pull request

Copyright & License

Author

In the world of OSS (open source software) most people refer themselves as maintainers. The thing is… I hate this expression. It feels heavy and not fun. I much prefer author.

Shared by Pascal Andy. Find me on Twitter.