You may be wondering how to customize the look and feel of your website. Fortunately, Ghost provides a range of design settings that allow you to personalize your site's design to match your brand and personal preferences.
Each theme will have a range of options which can be found in the site settings under the design menu. The available options may differ between the themes, but they generally allow you to upload a logo, set a site icon, select an accent color, and more.
Using these design settings, you have the flexibility to create a unique and professional-looking website that reflects your brand and personality.
For further customization options, you can consider using code injection to add some custom styling or create a custom theme which can offer you endless possibilities.
Access design settings from Settings → Site → Design & branding. Click Customize to open the Design settings. Design settings are organized under several sections.
This description is used in your theme when supported and is also used as the default description for site-wide metadata.
The accent color is the primary color used in your site's theme (supported themes only). This includes links, buttons, and text colors.
This is a social icon that is used as the Favicon for your site. You'll also see this in the far corner when you're logged in to your publication. Publication icons must be square and at least 60px in size.
This is the primary logo for your brand and is displayed within your theme. Publication logos should have transparent backgrounds and be at least 600px x 72px in size.
A cover image is optional and used in some themes, usually as a large banner image on your index pages.
It’s recommended to use images with a minimum width of 1500px to ensure your cover image looks good on most devices.
Options available in this section will generally be reflected on all pages and posts of your site. Settings here are theme dependent, site wide design settings may not be available in all themes.
Allows customisation of the site’s homepage. Settings here are theme dependent, homepage design settings may not be available in all themes.
Allows customisation which will be applied to your posts. Settings here are theme dependent, post design settings may not be available in all themes.