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Rich editing at your fingertips

Using the contextual toolbar allows you to efficiently format your text, and add links, quotes, or headings.

You can also add any emoji by simply pressing  :  and continuing to type.

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Using the dynamic menu

Use the card menu to add images, HTML, embeds, bookmarks, email-only content, and more to your posts. You can insert a card either by clicking the + button, or typing / on a new line to search for a particular card.

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Learn more about all of the available cards in the editor .

Native image editing

Ghost includes a built-in image editor (using the power of Pintura ), so that you can make adjustments to uploaded images within your content, or make changes to feature images.

Once an image is uploaded to the editor, click the pencil icon to launch the image editor and make adjustments.

The image editor also supports adding advanced annotations to images, to add arrows, borders or draw attention specific areas of an image.

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Guide to Using Ghost Editor

This article will walk you through the easy-to-use features that will make your blogs look neat even with little to no experience in Ghost.

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About ghost.

Ghost is a professional content creation and publishing platform founded in April 2013. It can be used by any individual bloggers or big corporations with teams of web content creators and editors.

It has a wide range of features and shortcuts that can be used when writing a blog which we will be learning about today.

Features and Shortcuts in Ghost

Shortcuts are the alternative route to make our work easier with less time consumption. In Ghost, we can find various features with shortcuts that simplify our work with a few clicks on our keyboard or by the options provided.

There are a lot of features in Ghost that can be used to make our DevBlogs engaging and presentable. Today we will be discussing the features provided in the dynamic menu bar.

The Dynamic Menu

The dynamic menu is the menu that appears when you click the ' + ' sign on the left side of your mouse cursor. It has a lot of options, but we only use a few of them.

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After locating the menu, click on the ' + ' sign to find various options to make your article informative. For example, attaching items, linking sites, writing code blocks, and more.

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Let's discuss the options we use for our DevBlog from the dynamic menu bar.

1. Attaching Image/s or GIF files

To add images on your blog in Ghost, go to the dynamic menu bar and click the first option, i.e., image or type ' /image ' on a new line.

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Click on the bright green icon, and you will get a pop-up like this.

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You can attach any image or a gif file you want by clicking the pop-up. You also get an option to caption the image where you can describe a little about it.

You can also attach multiple images using the gallery option from the dynamic menu bar or simply typing ' /gallery '.

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You can attach up to nine images with the gallery option.

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2. Making Tables Using Markdown

Markdown is a widely used feature by web writers because it formats the structure of plain texts very simply. However, we use limited markdown features as we have other direct shortcuts, which will be covered in the latter section of this article.

Markdown can be used to create tables when you have to present data or information in a tabular form. Making tables to show data makes it clear to understand and presents your writing professionally.

To create a markdown table, click on the second option from the dynamic menu or type ' /markdown '. For example,

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Click on the option, and you will see a blank markdown box. Here's how you make a table using Markdown.

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The first row of the table is given for the header, which is separated by hyphens (- - -) to follow the rest of the table data. Use pipes | on either side of the rows to separate them.

Here's the result:

3. Addressing Warnings or Sharing Tips using Callout Boxes

Callout boxes are the distinctive boxes in our blogs to be used when the author wants to warn, educate, inform or ideate you. The callout box includes emojis that can be used to indicate the type of information you're trying to convey.

To use a callout box, click on the callout box option in the dynamic menu bar or type ' /callout '.

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An example of a callout box is given below. Please read the linked article to know more about the uses and instances of callout boxes.

Embedding Files

You can also embed videos or data from other social sites on Ghost. You have various social media options in the embed section on the dynamic menu bar that you can link to your article.

For example, if you want to show your viewers the finished product of a follow-through tutorial, here's how you would embed it into an article.

First, upload the YouTube video according to your procedure. When the YouTube video is done uploading, copy the link of the video.

Select the YouTube option below the embed section from the dynamic menu bar or type ' /youtube '.

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Click on the YouTube icon. You will get a blank box to enter the video URL when you do so.

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Paste the copied link in the box and press Enter . Now, you will get a preview of the YouTube video that can be watched while reading the blog, or you can also direct yourself to the main YouTube video page.

An example of YouTube embedding is given below:

Embedded YouTube Video

Similarly, you can embed posts and files from Twitter, SoundCloud, Spotify etc.

These are some of the regularly used options from the dynamic menu dropdown.

Other Shortcuts

Other keyboard shortcuts can also be helpful when writing blogs in Ghost. They are:

Using Headings

Proper headings will help the readers distinguish the sections and subsections, making it easier to understand complex articles.

Pressing control ( ⌃ ) + option ( ⌥ ) + number key ( 1 to 6 ) properly formats the title of a section of your article under 6 heading sizes.

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Here, the H key has been pressed once, twice, thrice and up to six times in every row, respectively. The first row indicates the main heading, whereas the second through fifth row indicates sub-headings. The sixth row is the only normal text.

Using Typographical Emphasis

Typographical emphasis is important to every author. It helps in indicating that a word or a phrase is important. Here's how you use them in Ghost.

Bold : ⌘ + B Italics : ⌘ + I Underline : ⌘ + U Super Text : Super(no space)^(no space)text(no space)^ Sub Text : Sub(no space)~(no space)text(no space)~

Using Ordered and Unordered Lists

Lists are needed to organize information. It helps you unclutter and clearly present the features or characters you need to discuss in a topic. Here's how you make lists in Ghost.

Unordered List:

To make an unordered list, press the asterisk key on your keyboard ( * ) and press Spacebar . It will automatically create an unordered bullet list.

Ordered List:

To make an ordered list, press the number one ( 1 ) key on your keyboard and press Spacebar . It will automatically create an ordered numbered list.

Using Code Snippets

Code snippets are a way to duplicate a phrase if you constantly use them throughout your blogs. It saves time and makes your job easier by instantly offering you the saved phrase. Here's how to make and use a code snippet.

First, write a phrase you constantly use and select it.

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The Create Snippet option appears once you select the phrase. Click on it to make a code snippet.

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Give it a suitable name and save it.

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The pop-up appears once the code snippet is successfully saved.

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You can use the saved snippet from the dynamic menu as shown below or by typing ' /*saved name* '.

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You can click on the saved snippet, which will automatically provide you with the saved phrase.

Using Inline Code

Inline code is used to write a method or function used in a codeblock. Using inline code makes it clear that a mentioned term is a piece of code. Here's how you write an inline code.

You can use backticks ` to write an inline code . For example, let's take hello as a code. To write hello Place the word hello between the two backticks, or you can select the code and press Ctrl / ⌘ + Shift + K.

I have used backticks for the first code and Ctrl / ⌘ + Shift + K for the second one.

Using Codeblocks

Codeblocks are the longer and more detailed version of the pieces of code that usually forms a command. You can present them by pressing the backticks three times and pressing the Spacebar once. Here's an example of a codeblock.

This is what it will look like:

You can also specify the type of language your code is by writing the name of the language on the top right side of the codeblock box like this.

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These are some of the frequently used features of Ghost that will help your article look better and informative while being attractive. Please use the mentioned features regularly.

Hope this article helps you in getting started with your DevBlog. Please leave a comment if you have any queries. Thank you for reading!

How to use Native Image Editor in Ghost CMS

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Ghost CMS is coming up with a new feature Native image editor that allows you to make quick and easy adjustments to your images without having to leave the Ghost editor. This is a great time-saver, especially if you're not a professional photographer or graphic designer. In this blog, I will show you how to integrate and use a native image editor in the Ghost admin panel.

You will learn from this Blog:

How to use an image editor in ghost cms, when do we use it, benefits of using the native image editor, how to integrate pintura in ghost cms.

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To access the native image editor, simply upload an image to your post or page and click on the image you can see open some options now click on the pencil icon that you can see top of the right side of your image. This will open the image editor in a new popup window, where you can make adjustments such as:

  • Adjusting brightness, contrast, and saturation
  • Applying filters
  • Adding text and annotations

Once you are finished editing your image, click on the "Save and close" button to apply your changes. The updated image will be inserted into your post or page automatically.

Sometimes you might perfectly upload a photo to a post and if you want to change a little bit in your post photos like a simple crop and a filter. Then you need to open your past downloaded image in the editor make the changes and export it, then again upload it to your post. This process is too boring, To solve this problem ghost comes with the new feature native image editor to edit your photo very easily. For this reason, you should use Ghost native image editor.

Now, take a look to do it very easily in a few clicks:

Simple edits are very easy in this editor, if you want to add more powerful annotations and adjustments that’s also is too possible. For example, if you want to publish your content with screenshots, you might want to highlight certain areas.

If you add a zoom, arrow, and border to the image, it's possible to quickly draw attention to the area you want people to focus on:

The native image editor in Ghost CMS is powered by Pintura, a powerful online image editing tool. This means that you have access to a wide range of features and tools, even if you're not a professional image editor.

Here are some of the benefits of using the native image editor in Ghost CMS:

  • Save time: You can make quick and easy adjustments to your images without having to leave the Ghost editor.
  • Improve the quality of your images: Even if you're not a professional photographer or graphic designer, you can use the native image editor to make your images look their best.
  • Increase engagement: Well-edited images are more likely to capture the attention of your readers and keep them engaged with your content.

Overall, the native image editor in Ghost CMS is a great new feature that can help you improve the quality and engagement of your content.

This integration is only for those who are using self-hosted Ghost or if you are a Ghost pro user then you don’t need to integrate it because it is automatically enabled and included with every plan for free.

So now I will show you how to integrate pintura integration in your self-hosted Ghost.

To integrate Pintura in Ghost CMS, you will need to:

  • Purchase a Pintura license Download the Pintura integration files from your Pintura account and extract the files.
  • Now, Log into your Ghost admin panel and  Go to the Settings > Labs page.
  • Go to the Ghost editor (beta) section then click on the toggle button to enable it.

To upload the Pintura integration files:

  • Go to the Integrations page from your Ghost dashboard and you can see Pintura below the integration list.
  • Click on the configure and Upload Pintura script (pintura-umd.js) and Styles (pintura.css)
  • When completing upload Click the Save button.

Overall, the native image editor in Ghost CMS is a powerful tool that can help you improve the quality and engagement of your content. With a little practice, you'll be able to use the image editor to create beautiful and informative images for your blog posts and pages.

Do you have any questions about using a native image editor in Ghost CMS? We have answers to some frequently asked questions on the topic.

What is the native image editor in Ghost CMS?

The native image editor in Ghost CMS is a built-in tool that allows you to make quick and easy adjustments to your images without having to leave the Ghost editor. It is powered by Pintura, a powerful online image editing tool.

What are some tips for using the native image editor in Ghost CMS?

Here are some tips for using the native image editor in Ghost CMS:

  • Use the crop tool to remove unwanted elements from your image.
  • Adjust the brightness, contrast, and saturation of your image to make it look its best.
  • Use filters to add a unique look to your images.
  • Add text and annotations to your images to highlight important information or provide additional context.

Do I need to have any special skills or knowledge to use the native image editor?

No, you do not need to have any special skills or knowledge to use the native image editor in Ghost CMS. It is designed to be user-friendly and easy to use, even for beginners.

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