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Images with Amazon S3 (fingers crossed!!)
This post contains images that should be stored in an Amazon S3 bucket and loaded over a cdn with Cloudfront. Let's see if it works...
Welcome to Ghost with Gatsby and Netlify!
Welcome, it's great to have you here. We know that first impressions are important, so we've populated your new site with some initial getting started posts that will help you get familiar with everything in no time.
Writing posts with Ghost ✍️
Getting started with the editor is simple, with familiar formatting options in a functional toolbar and the ability to add dynamic content seamlessly.
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.
Managing admin settings
There are a couple of things to do next while you're getting set up: making your site private and inviting your team.
Organising your content
Ghost has a flexible organisational taxonomy called tags which can be used to configure your site structure using dynamic routing.
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.
Creating a custom theme
Ghost comes with a beautiful default theme called Casper, which is designed to be a clean, readable publication layout and can be easily adapted for most purposes.