Herald – News & Magazine Ghost Theme Created by QBKL. This templates have specific characteristics, namely: Current version: 1.0.5 (18 Feb, .
You can use this Herald – News & Magazine Ghost Theme on Blogging category for ads, advertising, blog, clean, featured, ghost, ghost theme, magazine, magazine theme, modern, news, tabloid, twitter, weather and another uses.
- Files included: HBS Files, CSS Files, JS Files
- Software version: Ghost 0.7.x, Ghost 0.6.x, Ghost 0.5.x, Ghost 0.4.x, Other
- Layout: Responsive
- Documentation: Well Documented
- Compatible with: Bootstrap 3.x
- Compatible browsers: IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome, Edge
- High resolution: None
- Columns: 3
Introducing “Herald”, a Ghost Magazine Theme
Current version: 1.0.5 (18 Feb, 2016)
“Herald” is a Ghost theme created for those that want to run their own online magazine or news website, a tabloid or even a personal blog.
It features a structure commonly found among the popular news sites which makes it familiar to the targeted users and was build with LESS for easy as pie customization!
“Herald” makes use of the latest features available in Ghost and is compatible with Ghost version 0.7.x.
- Dedicated templates (home, tag, author, post, page, error);
- Multicolumn layout;
- Featured images;
- Editable navigation;
- Related posts & latest posts widgets;
- Next / Previous posts;
- Latest tweets widget;
- Functional weather widget;
- Dedicated advertising/banner areas;
- Built with LESS (included);
- Clean code, no mumbo-jumbo, no hacks;
v1.0.5 (18 Feb, 2016):
- Provides a fix for the weather widget display issues generated by recent changes in how Yahoo delivers weather information..
v1.0.4 (28 Dec, 2015):
- Provides a fix for a bug that prevented the first article on the home to be accessible on mobile devices.
v1.0.3 (20 Dec, 2015):
- Improved support for responsive Google Ads in the top banner slot
- Fixes an issues that appeared with the Recent Posts after upgrading to Ghost’s 0.7.3 version
v1.0.2 (14 Dec, 2015):
- Fixes an issues that broke the display of the “Latest Tweets” widget when the links incorporated in a tweet where too long