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Ghost is a minimalistic open source blogging platform that is built with JavaScript (Node.js in particular) and that defaults to Markdown for drafting posts.

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Migrating from Wordpress.com to Ghost - What SEO considerations do I need to make?

This question here already answers a lot of questions: Migrating from a wordpress.com to wordpress.org blog without harming SEO However - I guess I'm asking the same question for a generic 'other' ...
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Can I include a Ghost blog as an iframe or similar within my website?

I'm a web developer with an interest in creating slick data visualisation applications etc. Most tech websites I see, have some kind of blog. I figure I should have a blog at least - to help with my ...
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301 redirecting a blog's RSS feed URL?

I moved my personal blog from Wordpress to Ghost this weekend, which changes the RSS feed URL from /feed/ to /rss/. By default Ghost returns a 301 redirect for /feed/, which I've verified by checking ...
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Webpage loading with wrong content-type after setting up CloudFlare

I recently migrated my blog to the Ghost service, I've also setup an alias DNS record with CloudFlare. While showing the blog to a colleague I discovered one of the posts wasn't loading properly and ...
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.htaccess port 80 to another port SEO impact?

I am using the Ghost blogging platform. By default to access the blog you go to blog.my-site.com:2368 of course this makes for a ugly, unfriendly URL. I am using .htaccess to change the behavior so ...