Your Ghost website can be more than a blog filled with recent posts or a design with a news-style layout.
This Petra design will make your homepage uniquely yours. Showcase your personal or newsletter brand while keeping things light and minimalist.
Petra’s simplicity helps you deliver your message clearly and effectively.
Start with a killer introduction of who you are.
Then, showcase your highlights, featured, and recent posts with a modern and stylish design.
Accessible From Any Device
Petra adjusts to phone, tablet, and desktop screens of any size.
Paint your website a Hue of you
Colors play a huge part in the entire brand of your website.
I designed and engineered Petra for your convenience. From your website admin, you will change all the colors. No code is required.
Make Your Website Available for All
Accessibility is essential, and I take this matter seriously. I designed Petra with all individuals in mind.
The contrast in color schemes, the heading structure, and ARIA Attributes all meet inclusion and accessibility guidelines.
Pictures that Paint a Thousand Words
Photographs can do wonders to reel your prospects in. It’s the easiest way to visually communicate a message to your audience – that they can trust you.
In the Petra Ghost theme, photos on your website are displayed in a lightbox gallery, so your visitors can stay on your page while browsing your images in a popup.
Speaks your language
Translation support for ten different languages.
Arabic, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Finnish, Dutch, Turkish, and Danish.
Deploy with GitHub
Integrated with the Deploy Ghost Theme GitHub Action for easy theme deployment.
Features you’ll love in Petra:
- Ghost Native Search
- Ghost Native Comments
- Post reading-time
- Responsive videos
- Responsive tables
- Syntax highlighting
- Lazy-loading images for optimal performance
Where does the name Petra come from?
The Petra is a magnificent ancient city that was carved into the rock formations of southern Jordan. I visited the Petra (Jordan) in 2021 during my four-month backpacking trip in the Middle East and Africa, and it was one of the best places I saw on that trip.