Downgrading Ghost

You would have recently noticed the downtime on my website, well it was not a server maintenance day it was me being fed up with the numbers of bugs and other issues I was facing with Ghost version 0.9.0. In the recent months, I switched to Ghost and the reason was due to the way […]

Live Tile on Ghost

Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 support live tile in Windows 8/8.1 and 10. This means any user/visitor who pinned your website or web application to their Start can receive notification on an update like publishing new posts and pages. It is driven with the help of RSS feed, the polling or updating of the […]

Custom permalinks in Ghost

Ghost by default only lets you have dated permalink :year/:month/:day/:slug Or title :title based with is set by default. You can change this by editing the SQLite Database and updating the permalink column, this will let you have custom URL for your posts, this will only affect URLs of your posts and not pages. Backup […]

Ghost on Ubuntu

Ghost is a free open source blogging platform built with Node.js. It started as a Kickstarter project and turned into a great blogging platform that is still under active development. It can be self-hosted, or you can choose a hosted built at Ghost.org. It uses SQLite by default as its Database, you use MySQL to. […]