How to Proxy Port 80 to 2368 for Ghost with Nginx

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If you followed one of our posts on How To Install Ghost, we highly suggest going through this post right after installing Ghost so that your Ghost blog is accessible on port 80 instead of 2368. We will accomplish this by using Nginx to proxy all requests for port 80… Read More

How To Proxy Multiple Ghost Blogs Through Nginx

Nginx is the recommended way to proxy requests for Ghost. By default, the config file for Nginx lives in /etc/nginx/sites-available/. Open up your existing conf file or create a new ghost.conf file in that folder. With Nginx, inside the conf we create separate server blocks. One for… Read More

How to Proxy Multiple Ghost Blogs using Apache

If you already have apache installed, by default, on CentOS, the main Apache configuration file can be found in /etc/httpd/conf.d. On Ubuntu it can be found in /etc/apache/. If you don't have apache installed, you can use the following command: sudo apt-get install apache2 Make sure… Read More

How To Proxy Port 80 to 2368 For Ghost With Apache

If you followed one of our posts on How To Install Ghost we highly suggest going through this post right after installing Ghost so that your Ghost blog is accessible on port 80 instead of 2368. We will accomplish this by using Apache to proxy all requests for port 80… Read More