How to Deploy & Manage Ghost Themes Using GitHub Actions

Ghost is increasing becoming a popular open source CMS. It is lightweight and developer-friendly. And yes it is a lot faster than WordPress.

We use Ghost for Linux Handbook. If you also use it you might have come across the inconvenience of re-uploading your theme every-time you make changes to it.

With GitHub Actions you can make changes to all your theme files right from GitHub without worrying about that extra step of uploading the changes again and again.

In this tutorial I8217ve covered each step in detail. Even if you are new to GitHub it should not be any trouble.

I have deployed an entirely new Ghost blog to show you how it8217s done. I start with the default Casper theme and then show you the steps to change it to different theme deployed using GitHub Actions.

You8217ll need the following.


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