Ghost on Heroku with S3 Image Uploads
To use this, you will need an Amazon AWS account, which you can get for free. You should set up a public-read bucket on S3 where Ghost will upload your images.
Deploying on Heroku
To get your own Ghost blog running on Heroku, click the button below:
Fill out the form, and you should be cooking with gas in a few seconds.
Things you should know
After deployment, visit the admin area at
YOURAPPNAME.herokuapp.com/ghostto set up your blog.
Your blog will be publicly accessible at
To make changes to your Ghost blog (like adding a theme to the
/contentdirectory, for instance), clone your blog locally using the Heroku Toolbelt:
heroku git:clone --app YOURAPPNAME
- Images will be uploaded to an AWS S3 bucket of your choosing, just follow the steps in the deploy form.
How this works
This repository is essentially a minimal web application that specifies Ghost as a dependency, and makes a deploy button available.
If you have problems using your instance of Ghost, you should check the official documentation or open an issue on the official issue tracker. If you discover an issue with the deployment process provided by this repository, then open an issue here.
Released under the MIT license, just like the Ghost project itself.