This is Mediumish documentation (more on this product here).
Just like the official team, we recommend Digital Ocean to host your Ghost application. Digital Ocean offers one-click installation, you will have the platform up and running within a couple of minutes.
Working with Ghost
If you are not yet accustomed with Ghost, you might want to read the basic docs first:
- Add Social Accounts
- Publication Icons
- Change Permalink Structure
- Set a Timezone
- Blog Settings Overview
- Publication Logo
- Publication Cover Photo
- Password Protect Blog
Posts & Content
- ★ Upload Images
- ★ Markdown Guide
- Ghost Editor Overview
- Post Scheduling
- Publish a Post
- Static Pages
- Delete a Post
- Post Settings Overview
- Tag Settings Overview
- Tag a Post
- Embed Videos
- Ghost Theme Editing
Installing Mediumish Theme
Before uploading "Mediumish", make sure you've gone through Ghost's docs above.
- Log in to your publication
- Go to Settings > Design
Under Themes, click "Upload a Theme"
- Click inside the upload box to select the theme zip, or drag-and-drop the theme zip into the upload box
- Click "Activate Now"
Before uploading “Mediumish” theme, unzip it and open post.hbs file with an editor such as Notepad++. Around line 131, you will notice:
s.src = 'https://wowthemesnet.disqus.com/embed.js';. Replace
wowthemesnet with your own Disqus site-id.
Set Contact Form
Publish a regular page with the following content:
<form action="https://email@example.com" method="POST" class="ghostform"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-6"> <label>Name</label> <input type="text" name="name" class="ghost-input"> </div> <div class="col-md-6"> <label>Email address</label> <input type="email" name="_replyto" class="ghost-input"> </div> </div> <label>Message: </label> <textarea type="text" name="message" class="ghost-input"></textarea> <input type="submit" value="Send" class="ghost-btn btn btn-success"> </form>
firstname.lastname@example.org with your own e-mail address and test your new contact form. Follow the instructions.
“Mediumish” theme supports “Subscribers” feature.
- Log in to your publication.
- Click Settings > Labs.
- Check the box for Subscribers, under the Enable Beta Features.
That’s it! Please, note, if you don’t have this feature active, feedly.com is the default solution. Want to remove the “subscribe” feature? Open post.hbs file and remove (or edit as you wish) this part:
<div class="alertbar hidden-xs-down"> <div class="container text-center"> .... </div> </div>
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