I used WordPress for blogging since 2007 and that changed when I decided to give Ghost a try in 2014. I stopped writing back then and thought to change to a simpler platform which was solely focused on writing and publishing would make me write again. For me, it’s very easy to see how wrong I was, since the article named “Goodbye WordPress and Hello Ghost” was my last article published on Ghost.
It’s been a while since I wrote my latest post and I didn’t mean to write more before I change how my blog looked, I was looking for a minimalistic UI and planning to design one myself. The design I was planning was a lot more minimalistic then what WordPress was capable of (not capable of running of course but it would be a waste of many things WordPress has to offer) I never needed my posts regenerated by php all the time, so static blogs seemed like a good idea. That’s just when I met ghost and decided to switch to it, but I always hosted my websites on a shared host and never needed more. Well, at least that was the case before. On this post, I’m going to try to tell my experience with a VPS to set up a ghost blog from the eyes of a newbie.
Recently, I bought some games to play and one of them was a bundle (Humble Bundle Telltale Games). I haven’t checked all of them just yet but there was a weird issue; on Launchpad, Back to the Future’s first episode (which I will refer as BTTF101 from now on since it’s the name of the app) and fifth episode (this one is BTTF105 so you get the idea) existed but none of the others (game has 5 episodes). I didn’t make an issue out of it and let it stay there for a while but it started to disturb me and I decided to reinstall or copy paste the games again. And what do you know, this time it was episode one and two. When I deleted episode two, it changed to another episode, when I deleted that one it changed again. To me, it looked like first episode was fine but there was a problem with the other four.