Below are examples of Ghost’s expansive editing toolset designed to accommodate the extensive needs of modern creators.
Header tags are what keep your content away from absolute chaos in terms of visual organization. They help your readers understand your writing, they help search engines determine your content.
Ever find yourself wanting to add extra styling to important information in your posts? Well, now you can with callout cards. Each callout card can include an emoji, any length of text with styles and links, and a custom background color.
You can make quotes stand out with two types of blockquote styles that can be applied directly in the editor.
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When using a URL with the right meta information, it can show the page title, excerpt, author, publisher and even a preview image. This is a great way to share links from sites that don't have automatic embeds.
Ghost supports image galleries for up to 9 images at a time, all of which are automagically responsive and optimised to look their best no matter how many images you add or remove.
Make a statement with bold section headers in your posts and pages. Insert a header card to add a full width divider that can include a title, subheading, and a button.Get Nova
Use the Toggle card to create collapsible sections of text in your posts and pages. Great for creating distinct sections in your content, or adding an FAQ section.
When should I use Toggles?
Toggles allow you to create collapsible sections of content which is a great way to make your content less overwhelming and easy to navigate. A common example is an FAQ section, like this one.
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- Sub-lists are made by indenting 2 spaces:
- Marker character change forces new list start:
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- Easy peasy!