I finally wrapped up (for now) a little side project of mine, a C# wrapper around v2.0 of the Ghost RESTful API. I call it GhostSharp, and it's available on GitHub and NuGet. It covers the entire Content API as well as the 4 stable endpoints of the Admin API.
If you've got a Twitter account, and a blog with a lot of content, sharing your posts can be a nice way to help someone out, and drive a little extra traffic to your site. Here's how you can automate the process on your Ghost blog - for free!
The Ghost API provides access to your blog's posts, tags, and users. You can get items, as well as create them. Before accessing anything though, you'll need several pieces of data, depending on your blog settings and whether you're trying to get data or create it. Let's see what we can do with it.
A table of contents is nice to have, and convenient for your visitors, so I wrote a script that should work for any blog (with some minor adjustments). Here it is, along with some specific notes for using it in a Ghost blog.
When you insert an image into a post using the Ghost platform, it might be resized (depending on the theme you're using) to a significantly smaller size than its actual dimensions. Viewing the full version means either your visitor has to open the image in a new tab, or you
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
These "hacks" for Ghost add some cool features to any blog, and should be usable with any theme.