29 September 2017 - 3 min read

Using the Ghost editor

Ghost uses a language called Markdown to format text. When you go to edit a post and see special characters and colours intertwined between the words, those are Markdown shortcuts which tell Ghost what to do with the words in your document. The biggest benefit of Markdown is that you

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29 September 2017 - 2 min read

Publishing options

The Ghost editor has everything you need to fully optimise your content. This is where you can add tags and authors, feature a post, or turn a post into a page. Access the post settings menu in the top right hand corner of the editor. Post feature imageInsert your post

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29 September 2017 - 2 min read

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Settings

Managing admin settings

There are a couple of things to do next while you're getting set up:Make your site privateIf you've got a publication that you don't want the world to see yet because it's not ready to launch, you can hide your Ghost site behind a basic shared pass-phrase.You can

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29 September 2017 - 2 min read

Organising your content

Ghost has a flexible organisational taxonomy called tags which can be used to configure your site structure using dynamic routing. Basic TaggingYou can think of tags like Gmail labels. By tagging posts with one or more keyword, you can organise articles into buckets of related content.When you create content

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29 September 2017 - 1 min read

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Apps

Apps & integrations

There are three primary ways to work with third-party services in Ghost: using Zapier, editing your theme, or using the Ghost API.ZapierYou can connect your Ghost site to over 1,000 external services using the official integration with Zapier.Zapier sets up automations with Triggers and Actions, which allows

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