I developed, together with my student Alejandro Torres, a redesign of the theme of this blog using the ITCSS architecture.
After having been working on the complete redesign of the blog we thought that it is best to release it for the community and let any user study it and improve it.
You can find the source code on GitHub.
In a next post I will explain what ITCSS is and how we have structured the template.
Ares Designer is a theme for Ghost built from scratch which providing a set of interesting features that are aligned with minimalist design style.
This theme has been developed by Alejandro Torres and Carlos Caballero initially for the CarlosCaballero.io blog. If you want to contribute to improve this blog, do not hesitate to do PR and we will be happy to improve this project!
Totally write using HTML5 and CSS3.
Mobile-First Design Approach.
Fully Responsive layout.
ITCSS architecture to structure your SASS project.
Use header images in cards.
Automatic figcaption generation from image alt tags (and image).
Improved development workflow with npm’s scripts
Improved responsive and mobile experience.
Improved SEO Content with meta tags.
Estimation about the time of reading.
Series blog posts.
FontAwesome implemented for easy use of icons fonts
Highlight.js integrated for Syntax highlighting — Highlight JS.
Clone the repo.
Compress the contents of this repo in a Zip file.
Upload your Zip file via the Ghost admin panel.
Switch your theme to this theme.
disqus_shortname: Your Disqus unique identifier
Instead, you need to paste one into the Blog Header in the Code injection of your Ghost installation:
And the Blog Footer:
You can configure your template by editing the settings.scss file and executing the stylesheet generation script:
`npm run prod`.
Finally, compress the entire template directory and upload it using the Ghost control panel.
The content of settings.scss file is as follows:
A good 404 page error.
Loading progress state for each page.
If you’re using Ares Designer on a live site, I’d love if you’d send me a message with the URL. I enjoy seeing the customization and implementations taking place all over the world. Regardless, thanks for using Ares Designer!
Originally published at www.carloscaballero.io on April 11, 2019.