This is not your typical reference book. It doesn't cover all of Ghost or all its quirks. Instead, we want to help you realize which Ghost publishing features you’d be foolish not to use. Features for which you almost never need to consider alternatives while blogging. Features that have passed the test of time by being the most popular blogging platform after WP on the internet.
Making blogging choices can be overwhelming. As developers/bloggers, we have to make many choices from what seems like unlimited options. The more you work with WordPress, the more problems we have with it when building blogs. WordPress has changed. What started out as a humble blogging platform targeted at enabling digital publishing for the masses, has evolved into a fully-fledged website CMS.
In itself, this is not a bad thing. I still think WordPress is an amazing platform, in fact I think it's the best CMS out there. But it's not what I want for blogging. There's too much stuff everywhere, too much clutter, too many (so many) options getting in the way of what I really want to do: publish content. - John, Co-Founder Ghost
Ghost is your ghost publisher. It does the hard work anonymously, getting your content online so you can focus on the most important things:
Ghost is developed by talking to its users, its designers, its developers, and companies who build businesses on top of it. It invites the people who do the most with it to help it grow and improve. It accepts and encourages new ideas.
Getting Started With Ghost
Is this book good for a beginner dipping the toes into Ghost?
Absolutely. The guide is very simple to understand. It's our opinionated perspective of the Ghost CMS and written for developers as well as bloggers who want to set up Ghost blog from scratch and understand what’s going on.
What's the refund policy?
If what you see is not what you expected, just reply to the download email within 30 days, and you'll get a full refund. No questions asked.
Can I share this book with my team?
This version is for individual use only, but you can also get a team license to share within your team, class, or organization.
You'll get a PDF