Getting Started With Fairies Dreams & Fantasy Writer

Fairies Dreams & Fantasy includes Fairies Dreams & Fantasy Writer; a blogging platform where you can write your own stories what you’ve dreamed up. For example; you write lots of fantasy novels for your audience who really like fantasy,-related content. You can easily publish your stories quickly with your own content.

Signing up for your free site/blog

Signing up is free, there’s no paywalls to worry about. Whether you wanted to have features for your site, new features will appear overtime. That means; your ability to publish as much stories as you want. No feature is premium on this website because, this site relies on free plugins, some plugin developers place a donate button on their control panel interfaces because, that enables them to keep building new plugins.

To sign up, go to writer.fairiesdreamsfantasy.com and click on Register. Choose a desired user name,–as long it’s not trademarked by anyone. Fill in your working email address and a desired password. Always use at least 15 characters of your password. Navigate to the switch,–and Give your new site a name, choose if you want your site to be visible by search engines, and then hit the button to complete signup.

Go to your email account to check if your activation email is delivered to you. If it’s not there; be sure to check your spam folder to see if your email program has moved it there. As you open your email, navigate to a link to activate your account. Once your account is activated; you are ready to start writing. Have fun!

If you already have posts on your other website that is a free blogging platform, you can import your existing content. Check with your free blogging platform for instructions that focuses on exporting content.

You can categorize your posts to sort your content like books in the library. Whether you wanted to sort all of your content what you’ve wrote for years. Unlike relying on conventional labels, it’s easier to sort your content. For example; you write about pets… you create a “Pets” category, or you write about saving our environment, you can set this category that focuses on environment.

Choosing a Creative Commons License For Your Work

Creative Commons is a non-profit organization who develops licenses for our work,–so we can choose which permission levels we can allow other creators to reuse our works. You can go to https://creativecommons.org/ to learn more about these licenses what they’re developing.

Using the Head and Footer Code Boxes

This feature is available for users to insert JS code to enhance their website. For example; inserting ad code to monetize their content. It’s easier to include or exclude ads as you write new posts, or pages.

Always check with your ad provider to see if any of their ad codes work properly. For safety reasons, users aren’t able to insert ad code in their sidebar widgets.

If this is the case, you can try using these alternative ad providers, such as Shareaholic,, Outbrain, or any of these other ad platforms,

Each User has a blog/site in his/her site directory

your-site-name.writer.fairiesdreamsfantasy.com is the place where your blog lives. Cause writer is placed in the subdomain,; all sites are kept in subdomains. It’s kind of like building a house,–except you’re connected to each home. All sites hosted on writer.fairiesdreamsfantasy.com are unique,–so you can know where you’re actually going!

Since there’s only Few leading free site hosting features have paid upgrades, such as unlimited posting, uploads, storage, and number of sites; this blogging platform is the right place to be.

You can create a number of unlimited blogs if you want, but it’s always a good idea to manage your sites responsively.

Reusing My Fictional Characters

The Fairies Dreams & Fantasy Wiki has a dedicated repository where you can explore my fictional characters where I’ve licensed them under a Creative Commons license,–so you can reuse them without any effort. You are free to reuse them, but please provide me credit.

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