What I learned so far.

As with any other CMS (Content Management System) Ghost uses a set of calls from an API to allow you to create content for it much easier. That information can be found on the themes.ghost.org website as posted in a previous post. Utilizing that information I was able to start fresh with my own theme and design style and incorporate the content from the database simply using calls from Ghost.

Such a call would be the navigation bar simply call {{navigation}} and it will display the whole navigation bar. Once it is there just use CSS to make

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So how did I do it??

In the last few posts I have been talking about what I was doing but not really talking much about how it was done.

So you want to make a theme for Ghost? Here is what you need to start with.

First a few blank files will be needed

File Structure Ghost Theme File Structure

Once the initial structure is setup the creation process can begin.
This website will be instrumental in getting yourself acquainted with how Ghost wants things done, and what to call to make things happen.

Ghost's theme development guide!

This site includes what should be in each of

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A Day of Updates!

I has been a few days since I started the blog and not much has changed. I have added a navigation bar to the top of the screen (even though it is not finished yet). I am also working on a redesign of the containers for each post as well.

Again I will attach an image as to the current state so that it can be visible after I have made upcoming changes.

Site Status (02/03/2016) Site Status (02/03/2016)

Changes to come:

  • Finish Navigation (Make full width and change color
  • Add Material Card style content boxes for posts
  • Do Something with
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It all began with a design

Welcome to my adventure. This is not just a blog where you can find opinion pieces and news about the Tech and Dev worlds. You are also going along on an adventure with me. That includes the creation of the site itself. As of the writing of this post, the current design on the site is a bit basic. It is not fancy however, it does get the job done. For prosperity sake, I will include a screenshot below as some might view this post long after the site has changed (which won't take long)

Screen Capture of Beumel.net (31/02/2016)

Things are bound to get

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Hello World

Hello World

Welcome, my name is Jeffrey Beumel Jr. and I am going to be using this space to document my adventures in learning Software Development and expanding my skills in the field. Hope you enjoy the trip with me and perhaps we can learn something together.

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