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 Migrate from WordPress To Ghost

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Migrating to Ghost from Wordpress does take a few steps at this point in time, but we will cover everything you need to get all your data over. If you are haven't yet decided where to host your Ghost blog or need help on installing it, check out our post… Read More

Have a Static Home Page with Ghost

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If you are looking to have a static home page with Ghost for either a business site, or whatever else, there are currently 3 ways you can do this (with a 4th coming soon). Tags Get Helper Static file with Nginx/Apache redirects Channels (coming soon) Tags The easiest way… Read More

How to Update Ghost

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Currently Ghost does not have an automated way to update. This will come in the future, but as of right now, you may have to make the updates yourself. We are going to show you how to update on our three recommended platforms, Ghost(Pro), DigitalOcean, and Amazon EC2. Ghost(… Read More

Adding Search to Ghost

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Link to Example Code on Github Head over to the Google Custom Search tool and login with your Google credentials Fill in your domain name and click "Create" Click "Get Code" Copy the provided code. It will look something like this: This code can be placed anywhere in Ghost, including… Read More