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Halo, just purchased your Portofolio Ghost Theme. Its an amazing layout and I thought I could give it a try with GHOST but I am stuggling over it for some hours. Deep waters FOR ME I guess. Isnt there a more simple version with just html / css that I could work with dreamweaver. Thanks in advance, george youpis (a9f13111-28b8-4122-b82b-09686b42aa52 – 18 Feb 2016)

.hbs files are almost the same as .html files and there are also .css files included. You’ll find a great documentation about Ghost Themes here: http://themes.ghost.org/

Unfortunatelly there is needed some knowledge about Ghost Theming if you want to modify and adjust the theme, but it isn’t as hard as it might look like at the first time. I’m sure that with the documentation linked above you’ll be able to deal with it.

is there a documentation for the install process?

This is a standard way of installing Ghost Themes, you can find rich documentation here: http://support.ghost.org/ and you might also want to read about Ghost Themes here: http://themes.ghost.org/

So basically these informations are not included in this particular theme docs.

when will be support for ghost 0.9 available?

Hi, yeah, I’ll try to do this asap. But it should work with new version too. Is there something missing in the theme when using with Ghost 0.9?


Now that AMP is supported by the core, will you update the template to support it on the frontend?


Thanks Sandro

yes, I definitely need to check this out. I haven’t updated themes till now because there wasn’t any significant changes in the context of themes, but this is something which needs to be investigated.


Also you may want to load google fonts and google maps script via https rather than http

yup, good point, it should be href=”//...

Can this theme support twitter card images? I’d like for the feature image to get pulled from its corresponding post.

Twitter has outlined that the follow meta data needs to be on the page. <meta name=”twitter:card” content=”summary_large_image”> <meta name=”twitter:image” content=”http://imageURL.jpg”>

How could this be included in each page?

It has these meta tags included. You can check this on the demo blog. Example: http://artee.pxt.be/custom-article-with-cover/ (right click -> show source).

Ah, I see that now. Thanks. I’m on Artee V1.6.0 Could that be the issue?

Yes, it could be the case. You can download version 1.7.0 or just copy meta tags from it.

Is this theme supported for Ghost 1.0?

sorry, not yet