Open External Links in New Window with Ghost Blog

Open External Links in New Window with Ghost Blog

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By default, Ghost opens external links in the same window. As of now there's no way to change that. This can be an issue, as your visitors may click a link and never return to your site again. The Ghost editor uses Markdown, which is a language used to convert…

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How to Upgrade Your Ghost Blog to the Latest Version

How to Upgrade Your Ghost Blog to the Latest Version

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The developers at Ghost release patch and minor version updates regularly. So after you install Ghost, you'll find yourself needing to upgrade your blog installation quite frequently. To find out which version of Ghost you're using, log into your control panel from an account with administrative privileges. There's a drop-down…

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How-To Install Ghost on Ubuntu 16.04

How-To Install Ghost on Ubuntu 16.04

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Ghost is the blogging platform that I use for this site. It's a light-weight, fast and fully customizable alternative to WordPress. Ghost is built with Node.js, while WordPress uses PHP. In benchmarking tests, Node.js consistently outperforms PHP by a lot. Some of the features include: AMP integration Ghost…

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Add Syntax Highlighting to Your Ghost Blog

Add Syntax Highlighting to Your Ghost Blog

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Ghost is a very powerful blogging platform. But by design it doesn't include some of the more feature-rich functionality of other mainstream CMS like syntax highlighting. Don't worry though as it's still quite easy to add this to your site. There's a few different syntax highlighting libraries available such as…

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