A fresh Ghost theme.
For a detailed look at how I created this theme, with tons of code samples and instructions, see my blog post on Ghost Themes. There are also other posts there about setting up a host (through DigitalOcean) for your blog, and adding security to your site with CloudFlare, among other things.
To install this theme, clone it into your
ghost themes directory (usually
/var/www/ghost/content/themes), then restart
sudo service ghost restart.
export GHOST_DIR='/var/www/ghost' # Modify this to your Ghost directory cd $GHOST_DIR/content/themes # Clone it here... git clone firstname.lastname@example.org/gibsjose/Boo.git # Restart Ghost sudo service ghost restart
To get the most out of this theme, you will have to customize a few things:
1. Small Post Logos
The small logo displayed on each post in the upper left corner is separate from the Blog logo you uploaded on your Ghost admin page.
To use your own logo, simply replace
assets/img/post-logo-hover.png with your own artwork.
To use your own icon as the
favicon, the little icon displayed on tabs and for bookmarks in your browser, simply replace
assets/favicon.ico with your own artwork.
3. Disqus Comments
To link the Disqus comments to your own account (you will need an account if you don't have one already), you will need to use your own username in both
var disqus_shortname = 'username';
to your own Disqus username.
4. Author Metadata
Unless you want people on your blog being linked to my GitHub and Twitter accounts (I'd be very flattered), you should change the links contained in
post.hbs under the