Square

$99.00

Introducing Square - distinctive Ghost theme for portfolios & projects. Showcase your creativity with a stunning layout & easy navigation!
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Our Thoughts

If you’re looking for a modern, creative theme for your Ghost CMS website, you’ll want to check out Square. This custom-built theme is explicitly designed for Ghost, packed with features that will make your site stand out. Keep reading to learn more about what this fantastic theme has to offer! Trust us – once you see Square in action, you’ll be convinced that it’s the right choice for your next project.

Overview

Introducing Square, the carefully crafted multi-purpose theme for Ghost CMS – a custom-built solution for modern creative websites, including agencies and portfolio sites of graphic designers. With Square, you can showcase your work in all its glory and make your projects and a creative showcase stand out the way it truly deserves. Let Square take care of all your design needs – nothing will be overlooked! Get ready to wow your clients with that new website with Square!

General Features

The theme boasts a modern and minimal design aesthetic, complemented by features like typography-based design, super speed optimization, and search engine optimization. It’s also ready for use with Ghost 5.x, leveraging Clean HTML5 and CSS3 code for a stunning result. But that’s not all: The intuitive layout is enhanced by responsive design, portfolio list slider and single portfolio page layouts, clients list, team list, testimonials list, services list, and reading time calculator – plus the ability to share posts on major platforms like Facebook and Twitter. What more could you want?

Supports inbuilt Ghost features.

Built with Ghost’s native features in mind, this theme is translation ready (with English included) and offers you the ability to set a custom accent color. Subscriber Members and subscription features come out of the box, as do classic pieces such as publication titles & descriptions and post options like Normal, Wide & Full-Width Layouts. There are also page templates for Tag pages, Author pages, Author avatars & bios, plus links to websites/social networks – all effortlessly made possible with Markdown support. You can even add Tag covers & descriptions and assign multiple authors to posts. Plus, enjoy features like Bookmarks & Gallery cards which show off the beautiful featured images with standard, wide & full-width layouts that make your content stand out from the rest.

Members & subscription features

This theme offers a genuinely comprehensive membership feature set. Customize the call-to-action for members, create custom calls-to-action for paid members, assign tiers to their accounts, and give them the option to modify their billing information. Best of all, you can easily preview what members’ posts appear publicly without leaving your dashboard. Custom currencies allow you to offer memberships in any currency your heart desires! Give anyone easy access by providing them with a ‘cancel or continue’ subscription button – this unique feature makes it easy to keep track of everybody! And finally, you can add and remove user account features with the click of a button.

Conclusion

The responsive design, clean layout, and support for multiple post formats make the Square theme perfect for any Ghost CMS project. The theme is easy to set up and use so anyone can create a beautiful website. There are also plenty of example sites that show just how versatile the Square theme can be. So if you’re looking for a new Ghost CMS theme, check out the Square theme on Theme My Ghost.

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T Rex Themes

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