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Looks great, best of luck with sales
Simplicity is beautiful!
Great work, glws
Is this a theme i can use on wordpress…i can’t find any information on t, how do i install this as my theme on my wordpress blog?
This is a Ghost theme Does not work with Wordpress.
Is it possible to make the header and the latest posts sticky while on scrolling?
Yes I can certainly add this if you want this
This theme is gorgeous, but has too much empty space on the right and too narrow a sidebar on the left. Is this sort of thing adjustable in Ghost? And how about reducing the font size on Latest Posts? Or with Ghost do you kinda have to take what you get.
Thanks, will look for fixing this space
When? I’m ready to buy and blog! Thx!
Probably today or tomorrow
Please see updated version, and tell me if it suits your needs.
Thanks v. much, other work delayed, will be back!
Dude, do it for wordpress! ^^ Nice job!
Yeah port to wordpress please, would be nice. I thought you already said you where doing it? :/.
Anyway good luck with sales.
I put it on a hold for a few days/weeks. Other priorities for the moment.
I purchased and installed this theme and it’s behaving strangely. All of the files are copied to the appropriate themes folder on my server and the pages render the content, but the theme-specific CSS and JS tags render without an href/source attribute:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="" />
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Source+Sans+Pro:400, 700" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://yandex.st/highlightjs/8.0/styles/default.min.css">
Notice the google font and yandex sources are good.
I suspect this may be a Ghost issue rather than a problem with your theme, but as I’m new to Ghost I was hoping you could give me some troubleshooting pointers.
EDIT: Other themes I have installed work fine…and switching back and forth between your theme and the others yields the same results (they work, yours doesn’t want to load the CSS/JS).
Auch, that’s a shame!
I have looked into the source of the theme and the missing urls are all set via the “asset” helper in Ghost, as they should be.
This should output the correct links, but somehow you are getting empty links. I think you have tried the following things, but just to be sure:
Have you tried copying the theme folder again, first removing the old one?
Have you restarted your node/Ghost server?
Which version of Ghost are you using?
Well after monkeying with it for a while, I gave up. Fortunately I was in a position where I could start from scratch, so I spun up another Azure website, set up Node/Ghost, and reinstalled the theme on the fresh site. Worked fine. So just wanted to follow up and say the theme is now working as expected and I’m really enjoying it.
Glad to hear you got it working!
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