Current Version: 1.1.7 - 23 Sept 2017
Designfrom the left hand side of your admin area and go to the Themes section.
Upload a Themegreen button.
Activate nowbutton to activate the theme immediately or
Closeif you want to activate it later.
In order to create a static page you create a new post, just like you would any other post. Once you have opened up the new post, there is a cog wheel icon next to where it says “Save Draft” or “Update Post” depending on if you have published the post or not. Click on that cog, and check the “Turn this post into a static page” box. This will convert your post to a static page.
You can add, edit, delete and reorder menu links on your Ghost blog, directly from the navigation tool within the blog admin area, located at /ghost/settings/navigation/.
To include a static page on your navigation menu, first, type the name of the page as you’d like it to appear on your menu in the label field.
Next, click inside the URL field of the menu item. The blog URL will auto-populate with http://yourdomain.com/. You will need to add in the page slug after the final /. Once satisfied with your page link, click the blue Save button to add the page to the navigation menu.
The Theme comes with Disqus comments enabled.
partials/disqus.hbs file, and change the
aspirethemes-demo value for the
disqus_shortname variable to match your Disqus account shortname.
var disqus_shortname = "aspirethemes-demo";
So, if your Disqus shortname is
exampleone, the final code above should be
var disqus_shortname = "exampleone";
That’s all you need to setup Disqus from the theme side. If you get any issue regarding that comments are unable to load. First, make sure you have registered your website with Disqus (Step 1)
And also check Disqus troubleshooting guide if you still have issues.
To integrate Google Analytics, I would recommend reading Google Analytics integration steps by Ghost.
Social media links are placed in:
Ghost 0.8.0 supports adding Facebook and Twitter profile urls from the admin panel, go to Settings > General and add your URLs, and this will update the Facebook and Twitter URLs in the location mentioned above, other social media URLs you can add it from the file.
The theme is using Evil Icons, which contains very simple and clean icons. Here you can find a list of the social media icons to use:
<span data-icon='ei-sc-twitter' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-facebook' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-instagram' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-pinterest' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-vimeo' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-google-plus' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-soundcloud' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-tumblr' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-youtube' data-size='s'></span>
You can find the current favicon inside the theme assets directory, just replace it with your new favicon, then upload to the server.
You will find copyright information at the bottom of
To start Gulp, run:
If you have any questions, I’d be happy to help.