eleventy-starter-ghost - A starter template to build websites with Ghost & Eleventy

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You now have a completely static site pulling content from Ghost running as a headless CMS. By default, the starter will populate content from a default Ghost install located at https://eleventy.ghost.io.

https://github.com/TryGhost/eleventy-starter-ghost#readme
https://github.com/TryGhost/eleventy-starter-ghost

Dependencies:

@11ty/eleventy : ^0.11.0
@11ty/eleventy-plugin-rss : ^1.1.1
@tryghost/content-api : ^1.4.4
@tryghost/helpers : ^1.1.6
clean-css : ^4.2.1
cross-env : ^7.0.0
dotenv : ^8.0.0
eleventy-plugin-lazyimages : liamfiddler/eleventy-plugin-lazyimages
eleventy-plugin-local-images : ^0.4.0
eslint-utils : 3.0.0
html-minifier : ^4.0.0

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