Cristo en Todo is a Ghost CMS blog that I set up and provisioned for my wife.
This is her personal blog about her walk with Jesus. It is mostly in Spanish, as she is a native Spanish speaker.
Two of the things that I love about Ghost CMS are the ease of writing in the editor and ease of setting up the CMS. It is super easy to get a Ghost blog up and running; then once it is, the writing experience is wonderful.
Since I needed to remove the credits in the default Ghost theme, I needed to update the theme template slightly. You can view the theme for her blog on GitHub.View more details
This is how you build a custom honeypot field with Vuejs and Nuxt that keeps spam submissions at bay on your website.
In order to quickly remove the # symbol from your URLs, within your index.js file where you create a new Vue Router instance, add the history mode setting to it.
I don't know a single person on the planet that likes being rejected, and I am not an exception. When I saw a job position in customer technical support open at Webflow this Spring, I immediately applied.
I have zero experience with Gatsby. The only experience I had had before with Gatbsy was going through some of the docs and deciding to use NuxtJs for my personal portfolio website instead of Gatsby, but this week I started work on a Gatsby Plugin.
Trying to do my part in making the world a better place.
This site is hosted for free, so I am thanking the services I am using by adding a link to their websites here in the footer.
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