June 3, 2020

Ghost CMS Releases a New Admin UI

A number of changes have been applied to Ghost’s newest release for bloggers. In particular, Ghost now supports a revamped administration panel with cleaner links and an easier-to-read code editor.

In a recent blog post the Ghost team outlines their changes and how they impact the workflow of users. It seems the entire navigation structure has been restyled to move links over into a vertical hierarchy. Some people feel the Ghost admin UI really imitates WordPress, which has drawn mixed feelings among users.

Ghost administration panel

Note this release includes a lot more stuff like an improved search bar, theme API updates using Handlebars, along with small fixes & issues from previous versions.

The full 0.7 release notes contain in-depth info regarding what has been fixed and what users should expect.

If you want to try Ghost you can find the open source code on GitHub, along with a collection of older versions.

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One Comment

  1. Hemang Rindani Reply

    Ghost CMS has potential to better the features and be one of the most trusted CMS. With the fact that it has been developed by one of the deputy team lead of WordPress UI, it provides many features that can create a great website. The latest version has improvised dashboard that helps a developer to manage the modules from a single screen. The updated security plugin helps to protect the website from unethical access. Because of the limited themes and modules, Ghost is yet to make a mark as a sustainable CMS.

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