Themes

Theme Info

Name: Dashi
Description: a Community & Platform Ghost Theme
Released: 2020-12-30
Creator: Biron Themes

Requirements

Ghost version: 3.0 or higher
Ghost Content API: v3

Content API

As mentioned in the Requirements section, this theme uses the Content API v3, so in order to take advantage of all the theme features make sure the Content API v3 is used, this is set in the theme by default.

You can check this in the theme's package.json file:

{
  "name": "...",
  "description": "...",
  "demo": "...",
  "version": "...",
  "engines": {
    "ghost": ">=3.0.0",
    "ghost-api": "v3"
  },
  ...

Install Theme

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Go to Settings > Design from the admin menu
  • Under the Themes section click Upload a theme
  • Click inside the upload box to select a dashi.zip, or drag-and-drop the dashi.zip into the upload box
  • If you want to activate the theme immediately click Activate Now or Close if you want to do it later

Publication Settings

Some basic settings for your publication:

Language

To set the publication language follow the steps below.

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Go to General from the admin menu
  • Under Publication Language, click Expand and set the language/locale to be used on the site. The default is set to English (en).

Publication Language

  • Click Save settings

Language Code Reference


Icon

To upload a new icon follow these steps:

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Click General under the settings menu.
  • Under Publication icon, click Upload Image and select your icon
  • Finally click Save settings

To Upload a new logo follow these steps:

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Click General under the settings menu.
  • Under Publication logo, click Upload Image and select your logo
  • Finally click Save settings

Cover

To Upload a new cover image follow these steps:

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Click General under the settings menu.
  • Under Publication cover, click Upload Image and select your cover image
  • Finally click Save settings

To add menu items to your publication, follow the steps below.

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Click Design from the admin menu
  • Under Navigation, enter a label for the menu item in the label field
  • In the URL field, enter the destination for the menu item to link

Ghost Blog Navigation

  • Click Save

As of Ghost v3 there is also secondary navigation and it can be found in the same path as the normal navigation, under the Secondary Navigation.


Members

Dashi completely supports the Ghost Members feature. To activate the feature follow the steps below.

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Click Settings > Labs.
  • Toggle the Enable members switch, under the Members section.

Members

Within the members the following settings are available:

  • Connect to stripe - where you have to configure the connection to your stripe account to be able to accept/process payments.
  • Subscription pricing - you can define the monthly and yearly price for full access to your publication.
  • Allow free member signup - Toggle switch to allow or not free membership signup.
  • Default post access - Define the default post access. Can be: Public, Members only, Paid-members only
  • Email settings - for sending emails for member signup/sign in, you have to provide the Mailgun configuration.

Besides this configuration, you also have to upload the routes.yaml file (you can find it in the root folder of the theme).

To access the overview of members click Members from the admin menu.


Portal

By default Dashi comes with individual pages in support of the members feature, however if you prefer the Portal for handling members, go to Members > Portal settings, click on Customize and under the links section you should have the following:

Members

You will need to update where the signin, signup and account links point to. Edit the following files:

  1. site-header.hbs
  • change href="/signin/" to the sign in link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signin"
  • change href="/signup/" to the sign up link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signup"
  1. site-user-menu.hbs
  • change href="/account/" to the account link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/account"
  • change href="/signin/" to the sign in link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signin"
  • change href="/signup/" to the sign up link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signup"
  1. page-membership.hbs
  • change href="/signup/" to the sign up link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signup/free"
  • look for data-members-plan="Monthly" and change href="javascript:void(0)" to the sign up link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signup/monthly"
  • look for data-members-plan="Yearly" and change href="javascript:void(0)" to the sign up link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signup/yearly"
  1. post-access-cta.hbs
  • change href="/signin/" to the sign in link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signin"
  • change href="/signup/" to the sign up link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/signup"
  1. welcome.hbs
  • change href="/account/" to the account link from Portal settings ==> href="#/portal/account"

Routes

Routing is the system that maps URL patterns to data and templates within Ghost. To enable signin, signup and account pages you need to upload the routes.yaml file.

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Click Settings > Labs.
  • Click on Upload routes YAML button and select the file from the root folder of the theme.

Basic configuration with member features enabled:

routes:
  /signup/: 
    template: members/signup
    #data: page.signup # When active data will be taken from the  "/signup/" page
  /signin/: 
    template: members/signin
    #data: page.signin # When active data will be taken from the  "/signin/" page
  /account/: 
    template: members/account 
    #data: page.account # When active data will be taken from the  "/account/" page
  /archive/:
    controller: channel
    template: archive
    data: page.archive

collections:
  /:
    permalink: /{slug}/
    template: index
  
taxonomies:
  tag: /tag/{slug}/
  author: /author/{slug}/

As the comment says, to modify the data of the templates, you have to uncomment the lines starting "data", this will make those routes take data from the corresponding page from the Admin.


Integrations

You can access Integrations in the admin section. Integrations can be used to connect built-in or custom functions to Ghost. How to create a custom integration:

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Click Settings > Integrations.
  • Under Custom Integrations, click Add custom integration
  • Provide a name for it
  • Add description
  • Content API Key is generated, which will be needed by the custom function to access Ghost data.

Post Templates

Dashi comes with 3 different post templates:

  • post.hbs - default
  • custom-with-sidebar.hbs - post with sidebar
  • custom-with-table-of-contents.hbs - post with table of contents

When a new post is created, automatically the default post template is assigned. You can change it by going to Post Settings, and under the Template section select the template you would like for the post.


Static Pages

Besides having posts, you can also create pages. For this:

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Go to Manage > Pages.
  • Click New page.
  • Add the page name (which will be the slug/url for the page as well).
  • Add content for the page.
  • Click Publish.

Customization

The basic customization you can do for the theme is available through the theme-config.hbs file, located in the partials folder.

theme-config.hbs

In this file you will find a config array where you can change the following options:

  • GHOST_URL - set your ghost URL here (will be used for the search)

  • GHOST_KEY - set the Content API Key here from a custom integration (will be used for the search)

  • GHOST_SEARCH_LIMIT - Search result limit

  • DEFAULT_VIEW_TYPE - set the default view type (this refers to the post grid on home page, author and tag pages). Two possible values:

    • grid - two or three column layout
    • list - single column layout will be used
  • DEFAULT_GRID_COLUMNS - - set the number of columns you would like to have on the (home page, author and tag pages). Two possible values:

    • 3 - default is 3 column layout
    • 2 - you can have two column layout as well
  • DEFAULT_COLOR_SCHEME - set the default color scheme. Values depend on how many color schemes you define within the theme. By default the theme comes with 4, additional to the preference:

    • preference - will detect the user preference (os color scheme)
    • light - the light theme will be set as default, until the user changes it
    • dark - the dark theme will be set as default, until the user changes it
    • whitesmoke - the whitesmoke theme will be default, until the user changes it
    • midnight - the midnight theme will be default, until the user changes it
  • ENABLE_COLOR_SCHEME_PICKER - you can enable or disable the color scheme picker for the user, if you only have one theme, the color scheme picker will not be shown. Possible values:

    • true - enabled
    • false - disabled
  • ENABLE_IMAGE_LIGHTBOX - enable or disable the image lightbox on posts. Possible values:

    • true - image lightbox will be enabled
    • false - image lightbox will be disabled
  • ENABLE_SCROLL_TO_TOP - enable or disable the scroll to top function. Possible values:

    • true - scroll to top will be enabled
    • false - scroll to top will be disabled
  • ENABLE_FILTER - enable or disable the filter on home and tag page. Possible values:

    • true - enabled
    • false - disabled
  • ENABLE_HYPHENS - enable or disable hyphens. Possible values:

    • true - enabled
    • false - disabled
  • ENABLE_PWA - enable or disable Progressive web app functionality. Check the progressive web app section in the documentation to see what you have to add for this to work. Possible values:

    • true - enabled
    • false - disabled
  • ENABLE_STICKY_HEADER - enable or disable the sticky header. Possible values:

    • true - enabled, header will remain on top as you scroll
    • false - disabled, header will not be visible as you scroll
  • DISQUS_SHORTNAME - set your own disqus_shortname here

  • COVE_ID - if you are using Cove, set your cove id here

  • COLOR_SCHEMES - is an array of json, with a specific layout, you can add more or modify the existing ones. Example of one color scheme layout:

	{
      "id": "light",
      "name": "Light",
      "colors": {
        "primary": "hsl(253,91%,64%)",
        "primary_dark": "hsl(253,91%,67%)",
        "primary_light": "hsl(253,91%,61%)",
        "secondary": "hsl(20, 92%, 60%)",
        "secondary_dark": "hsl(20, 92%, 63%)",
        "secondary_light": "hsl(20, 92%, 57%)",
        "text": "hsl(0, 0%, 10%)",
        "text_acc_1": "hsl(0, 0%, 20%)",
        "text_acc_2": "hsl(0, 0%, 30%)",
        "text_acc_3": "hsl(0, 0%, 40%)",
        "text_reverse": "hsl(0, 0%, 90%)",
        "bg": "hsl(0, 100%, 100%)",
        "bg_body": "hsl(219,23%,97%)",
        "bg_acc_1": "hsl(0, 0%, 98%)",
        "bg_acc_2": "hsl(0, 0%, 96%)",
        "bg_acc_3": "hsl(0, 0%, 94%)",
        "bg_reverse": "hsl(0, 0%, 10%)",
        "neutral": "hsl(0, 0%, 50%)",
        "border": "hsl(0, 0%, 95%)"
      }
    },

If you add a new one, modify the id, name and all the colors according to your liking (it can be rgb, hex or hsl).

You can either change the theme-config.hbs file or you can also use the Ghost Admin to change these values. In Ghost Admin go to Code Injection then in the Site Header section you can change the config like this:

<script>
  CONFIG.DEFAULT_COLOR_SCHEME = 'dark';
  CONFIG.GRID_COLUMNS = '3';
  CONFIG.SCROLL_TOP = false;
  CONFIG.IMAGE_LIGHTBOX = false;
</script>

Similarly, you can overwrite all the config values, this has the advantage that even if you download another version of the theme your settings will persist.

CSS properties

If you need heavy customization regarding styling it's a good approach to check out the theme development section, on the other hand, if you would like to change some colors and other minor settings, you can also do that from theme-config.hbs or the Ghost Admin.

To overwrite the primary color in Ghost Admin go to Code Injection then in the Site Header section add these lines:

<style>
  body {
    --color-primary: #123456; //add your color here
  }
</style>

To check out all other properties you can overwrite here open the _settings.css file in the assets/css/settings directory.

Posts Per Page

You can set it in the package.json of the theme:

"config": {
  "posts_per_page": 12
}

For Dashi the default value is 12, you can change it to any suitable value.


Dashi uses the Ghost Search Plugin.

To activate the search and make it work, you need to edit the theme-config.hbs file (in the partials folder):

<script>
  ...
  // Basic Config
  let CONFIG = {
    ...

    /* Replace it with your domain: ghost_host: 'https://yoursite.domain' */
    GHOST_HOST: 'http://localhost:3368', 

    /* Settings > Integrations > New Custom Integration. Copy Content API Key. Replace ghost_key below. */
    GHOST_KEY: '55a4116f266aa7f13f51a90d72', 

    ...
  }
</script>

You will have to replace the GHOST_HOST and GHOST_KEY values.

GHOST_HOST should be the domain of your blog (ex. 'https://example.com').

GHOST_KEY has to be generated by creating a custom integration in the admin panel.

  • Create a new custom integration and name it Ghost Search
  • Copy the generated Content API key
  • Add this key in theme-config.hbs in the GHOST_KEY section.

Other possible options to add Search to Ghost CMS Themes.


Google Fonts

Dashi comes with Google Fonts integrated, using the 'Jost' font. To change the fonts you have to change the default.hbs file.

<link rel="preload" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Jost:wght@300;400;500;600;700;800&display=swap" as="font" onload="this.onload=null;this.rel='stylesheet'">

{{!-- No Js --}}
<noscript>
  <link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Jost:wght@300;400;500;600;700;800&display=swap" rel="stylesheet">
</noscript>

Go to Google Fonts and choose the font and styles you would like. Then click Embed and copy the link provided and replace the current one in default.hbs.

Then you have to overwrite the settings in css, here you have two options:

  1. Code injection

Overwrite the font setting in Ghost Admin. Go to Code Injection then in the Site Header section add these lines:

<style>
  body {
    --font-sans: 'your font name';
  }
</style>
  1. Modify the css file

Open settings.css file located in assets/css/settings folder. Replace the font setting with your new font:

--font-sans: 'Jost', Tahoma, Arial, sans-serif;

Build the assets (check theme development) and everything should be ready.

Check out this tutorial for a more detailed guide about Google Fonts with Ghost.


Home Page

You have the possibility to customize the Home page, for this, you will have to change the index.hbs file.

If you want to have the sidebar on the homepage as well, just copy the code from index2.hbs to index.hbs.

To change from the 3 column layout to a 2 column layout, simply change the theme-config.hbs file DEFAULT_GRID_COLUMNS to 2.

To change the default view from grid to list open the theme-config.hbs file, change the property DEFAULT_VIEW_TYPE from grid to list.

To do not display post images in the post card change the show_img=true to show_img=false.


Home page Hero

The Home page Hero contains a welcome section, which can have different content based on the @member status.

  • regular user: call to action to "Subscribe", with a button pointing to the "Sign Up" page.
  • signed in, free member: call to action to "Upgrade" pointing to the "Account" page.
  • signed in, paying member: simple welcome message, and info about subscription, and link to the "Account" page.

This part can be removed in the index.hbs file. Look for the the following text and delete it:

{{> welcome}}

After you have deleted it upload the modified theme in your Admin section.


To change the content of the sidebar you have to edit the sidebar.hbs file in the partials folder. By default the theme contains the following sections:

  • subscribe/upgrade section (on posts only)
  • featured posts (on posts only)
  • tag cloud
  • latest posts - sorted by published date (on posts only)
  • authors (on the homepage only)

Custom Pages

Dashi comes with several custom pages by default:

  • Contact Page
  • Tags Page
  • Membership Page
  • Archive Page
  • Bookmarks Page

To add these pages to the navigation, please check the Navigation section above.

Contact Page

To create the Contact page, do as follows:

  • Create a new page and call it Contact.
  • Make sure the Page URL is contact.
  • Click Publish.

There is a contact form included, which requires you to create a formspree account and after you have created your form, copy the endpoint and add it to the action attribute. The link should look like this:

https://formspree.io/f/moqppoep

Open page-contact.hbs in the root folder of the theme and replace the action value with your formspree link.

  <form action="https://formspree.io/f/moqppoep" id="contact-form" class="contact-form" method="post">

You can also replace the form with your own if you have one.

Tags Page

To create the Tags page, do as follows:

  • Create a new page and call it Tags.
  • Make sure the Page URL is tags.
  • Click Publish.
Membership Page

To create the Membership page, do as follows:

  • Create a new page and call it Membership.
  • Make sure the Page URL is membership.
  • Click Publish.
Archive Page

The archive page will list all posts starting from the latest, grouped by year. To create the Archive page, do as follows:

  • Create a new page and call it Archive.
  • Make sure the Page URL is archive.
  • Click Publish.
Bookmarks Page

The bookmarks page will list all the bookmarked posts by a user. To create the Bookmarks page, do as follows:

  • Create a new page and call it Bookmarks.
  • Make sure the Page URL is bookmarks.
  • Click Publish.

Translation

Dashi supports Ghost i18n and it comes with translations for the following languages:

  • en for English
  • de for German
  • fr for French
  • es for Spanish
  • it for Italian
  • pr for Portuguese

To change the publication language to one of the available languages check out this guide.

Editing the translations

The translation files are stored in the locales folder within the theme folder.

|-- locales
|   |-- de.json
| |__en.json
| |__es.json
| |__fr.json

Open up the file for the language you want to edit. Example en.json:

{
  "Sign in": "Sign in",
  "Sign up": "Sign up",
  "Subscribe": "Subscribe",
  ...
}

Each line consists of a key-value pair.

"key": "value"

The key is on the left side and it should not be changed (it's the same in all the files) and right value which you can adapt if necessary.

If you have suggestions to improve the translations or adding a new language, drop us a line.

Adding a new language

To add a new language you have to create a new translation file with the language code of the desired language.

For example if you want to create new translation for hungarian language you have to create hu.json within the locales folder.

And add the translations for each key value.

For more details check the Official Ghost Documentation.


The social media links are stored in a partial file partials/social-links.hbs.

Ghost supports Facebook and Twitter social accounts, to change them do the following

  • Log in to your publication admin section at yourblog.com/ghost/signin
  • Go to General from the admin menu
  • Click Expand under Social Accounts, and enter the URLs for your Facebook and Twitter.
  • Click Save settings

To edit the other social links follow the steps below. Open up the social-links.hbs file and change the href value to your profile's URL for that specific social platform.

  ...
  {{!-- Instagram --}}
  <a class="social-links__item instagram"
     href="https://instagram.com" target="_blank" title="Instagram" aria-label="Instagram">
    {{>icon name="instagram"}}
  </a>
  ...
</div>

For example, to change the Instagram link, you have to change the existing href value:

href="https://instagram.com"

Add your instagram account link, example:

href="https://instagram.com/bironthemes"

Comments

Dashi comes with Cove and Disqus. To change the default comment system you will have to adapt the the comments.hbs file in the partials directory. In this file the cove_comments are included using {{> comments-cove.hbs}} you can change that to {{> comments-disqus.hbs}} to switch to disqus instead.

Cove

Cove is a commenting platform built on top of Ghost’s Memberships feature.

For the comments to work, you have to create an account at cove.chat and change the theme-config.hbs file in the partials folder:

  ...
  // Basic Config
  let CONFIG = {
    ...
    /* To use Cove, replace the below id with your cove publication id*/
    COVE_ID: '9a56f94608ec8169ab6bb8asfdsffa' 
    ...
  }
</script>

Replace the value for the COVE_ID with the one from your Cove account.

Disqus

Dashi comes with Disqus comments as well.

Make sure you have registered your website with Disqus and you know your disqus_shortname.

Open theme-config.hbs file located in partials folder. Change the biron-demo value to match your Disqus account shortname.

<script>
  ...
  // Basic Config
  let CONFIG = {
    ...
    /* Replace 'biron-demo' with your disqus account shortname */
    DISQUS_SHORTNAME: 'biron-demo',
    ...
  }
</script>

That's all, Disqus comments should work now.

If you don't want comments at all you can delete the comments.hbs file located in the partials folder. And delete the following section from post.hbs, custom-no-sidebar.hbs, custom-with-table-of-contents.hbs files located in the root folder of the theme:

{{!-- Include Comments --}}
{{> comments}}

Google Analytics

To add Google Analytics to Ghost follow this tutorial from our blog.


Progressive Web App

Progressive Web Apps allow your website to be installed by anyone, anywhere, on any device with a single codebase.

To enable this feature, you have to change the theme-config.hbs:

<script>
  ...
  // Basic Config
  let CONFIG = {
    ...
    /* Enable PWA - Progressive Web App */
    ENABLE_PWA: true,
    ...
  }
</script>

Set the ENABLE_PWA to true.

You have to upload three icons in the assets folder:

  • icon-48x48.png - icon must be of size 48x48px
  • icon-192x192.png - icon must be of size 192x192px
  • icon-512x512.png - icon must be of size 512x512px

In the default.hbs change the content value of the meta name="theme-color" with your primary color.

{{!-- PWA --}}
<link rel="manifest" href="{{asset 'manifest.webmanifest'}}">
<meta name="theme-color" content="#6751EB">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" href="{{asset 'icon-192x192.png'}}">

Next open the manifest.webmanifest file:

{
  "name":"Dashi Ghost Theme",
  "short_name":"Dashi",
  "description":"Dashi - a Community & Platform Ghost Theme",
  "lang":"en",
  "start_url":"/",
  "background_color":"#ffffff",
  "display":"standalone",
  "theme_color":"#6751EB",
  "icons":[
     {
        "src":"/assets/icon-48x48.png",
        "sizes":"48x48",
        "type":"image/png"
     },
     {
      "src": "/assets/icon-192x192.png",
      "type": "image/png",
      "sizes": "192x192"
    },
    {
      "src": "/assets/icon-512x512.png",
      "type": "image/png",
      "sizes": "512x512"
    }
  ]
}

Replace all the relevant information like name, short_name and description. Make sure the icon names are correctly linked.

That's it.

Visit our blog post for more information about Progressive Web App for Ghost Themes.


Theme Development

Dashi is developer friendly, if you need to make advanced customization you will take advantage of the Gulp tasks that are set up for compiling Javascript and PostCSS.

All the assets are combined and minified for better speed and performance. In order to customize the theme make sure you have Node.js and npm installed.

Tutorial on How to Install Ghost.

Run the following commands in the Dashi theme directory:

npm install

This will install all the dependencies for the theme

Then run:

gulp

This will compile PostCSS and javascript and will watch for changes. So when you edit .hbs, .css or .js file the change will trigger the gulp watch task and this will compile the assets with your changes.

If you want to compile css or javascript separately, you can run:

gulp css

For compiling CSS files.

Or:

gulp js

For compiling javascript files.

You also have the option to use Code Injection to do customizations. For example, if you want to change the brand color of the theme, add the following code in the Blog Header section.

body {
    --color-primary: pink;
}

Credits

Dashi uses the following packages/pulgins:

Images are not included in the download files!


Support

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any suggestion or need help.

Contact

Change Log

v1.1.2 - 18 Jan 2021
✨ improved menu & search handling on mobile
✨ added turkish language
πŸ› fixed some translations 
πŸ› fixed header search on tablet (overlay)
πŸ› removed view toggle on mobile
πŸ› fixed minor sidebar alignment issue on mobile
πŸ› fixed some image alignment issues and details element
πŸ› fixed billing update messages
πŸ› fixed subscription cancel error message

Changed files:
[*] index2.hbs
[*] index3.hbs
[*] partials/site-header.hbs
[*] partials/site-footer.hbs
[*] members/account.hbs
[*] locales/de.json
[*] locales/en.json
[*] locales/es.json
[*] locales/fr.json
[*] locales/pt.json
[*] locales/it.json
[*] assets/css/components/_menu.css
[*] assets/css/components/_search.css
[*] assets/css/components/_toc.css
[*] assets/css/components/_header.css
[*] assets/css/components/_filter.css
[*] assets/css/components/_post-card.css
[*] assets/css/components/_buttons.css
[*] assets/css/components/_members.css
[*] assets/css/elements/_body.css
[*] assets/css/elements/_text.css
[*] assets/css/tools/_mixins.css
[*] assets/css/utilities/_color.css
[*] assets/dist/app.min.css (generated file)
[*] assets/js/script.js
[*] assets/dist/app.min.js (generated file)
[*] package.json

Added files:
[+] locales/tr.json
v1.1.0 - 11 Jan 2021
Changes:
✨ added a new home page with featured posts slider
✨ improved the post layout with sidebar
πŸ› fixed a small bug for code highlighting
πŸ› fixed a small bug when color picker is disabled
πŸ› fixed the post content link color
πŸ› fixed the search limit config option
πŸ› moved webmanifest to the root folder
β˜€οΈ updated the dependencies

Changed files:
[*] default.hbs
[*] custom-with-sidebar.hbs
[*] partials/comments-cove.hbs
[*] partials/theme-scripts.hbs
[*] partials/theme-color-scheme.hbs
[*] locales/it.json
[*] assets/css/components/_sections.css
[*] assets/css/components/_comments.css
[*] assets/css/components/_menu.css
[*] assets/css/components/_post.css
[*] assets/css/elements/_text.css
[*] assets/css/objects/_flexgrid.css
[*] assets/css/app.css
[*] assets/dist/app.min.css (generated file)
[*] assets/js/script.js
[*] assets/dist/app.min.js (generated file)
[*] gulpfile.js
[*] package.json

Added files:
[+] index3.hbs
[+] partials/featured.hbs
[+] assets/css/components/_featured.css
[+] manifest.webmanifest

Removed files:
[-] assets/manifest.webmanifest
v1.0.4 - 06 Jan 2021
Changes:
✨ improved "<code>" element style
πŸ› fixed small bug on user-menu (very long email address)
β˜€οΈ updated the dependencies

Changed files:
[*] default.hbs
[*] assets/css/components/_code.css
[*] assets/css/components/_user-menu.css
[*] assets/dist/app.min.css (generated file)
[*] assets/js/script.js
[*] assets/dist/app.min.js (generated file)
[*] gulpfile.js
[*] package.json
v1.0.3 - 05 Jan 2021
Changes:
πŸ› fixed CTA for premium members

Changed files:
[*] partials/sidebar.hbs
[*] partials/site-footer.hbs
[*] page-membership.hbs
[*] package.json
v1.0.2 - 04 Jan 2021
Changes:
πŸ› fixed "load more posts" function

Changed files:
[*] assets/js/script.js
[*] assets/dist/app.min.js (generated file)
[*] package.json
v1.0.1 - 03 Jan 2021
Changes:
πŸ› fixed menu scroll-bar on Firefox
πŸ› fixed search-result scroll-bar on Firefox
πŸ› fixed font preloading on Firefox

Changed files:
[*] default.hbs
[*] assets/css/settings/_settings.css
[*] assets/css/components/_menu.css
[*] assets/css/components/_search.css
[*] assets/dist/app.min.css (generated file)
[*] package.json
v1.0.0 - 31 Dec 2020
[+] Initial release