I just created the world's smallest Chrome extension! Well, maybe not, but it's pretty darn small. I self-host the Ghost platform for this blog, and there's a nice feature where you can type /edit after the URL of a post and it'll redirect you to the editor for that post.
This blog runs on the Ghost platform, and I've done a bit of customization to the styling. Nothing major. I was mildly surprised when I ran a "ghost update" the other day and suddenly my custom themes and scripts were just gone! Luckily I use DigitalOcean (a great provider, if
I'm using the default "Casper" theme that installs with Ghost (read more about my migration from WordPress to Ghost), but these hacks should be usable in any theme (with adjustments). Using these requires that you're able to SSH into your Ghost installation, or otherwise have access to upload
About a week ago I decided to migrate my blog to the Ghost platform. I'd been thinking about it for awhile - even installed it once or twice to play around with it - but never fully committed. Truth is, I didn't really want to switch. I knew that, however