How to Create a Fanfiction Archive With WordPress


How to Create a Fanfiction Archive With WordPress
Alberta Phelps

I do not like the WriteShare plugin because it is not able to show just stories and have the chapters easily fall into them. Unique chapter names are something most writers will not appreciate nor use most of the time. I would prefer a plugin for WordPress that could output an archive similar to that of Fanfiction.Net or eFiction.

How to Create a Fanfiction Archive and Build a Fanfiction Community in WordPress
Veronica Meyer

Today I will demonstrate how to create a fanfiction archive with WordPress using the WriteShare plugin. This plugin is great for creating a fanfiction community because it allows for visitors to register for accounts and create their own fanfiction. A very important note is to make clear guidelines on what is allowed and not allowed. There is a very large amount of fanfiction that is very mature, and you need to make it clear what type of content is allowed. If you are ok with very mature and adult-related content, make sure you are giving visitors a fair warning. The last thing you want is a child searching for Dragon Ball Z and finding an adult fanfiction.

This Is How You Create A Fanfiction Archive In WordPress
Christy Garner

To do this, you just go to WriteShare >> Settings. Then, enable membership and writing privilege options, and review your taxonomies. In this section, you can customize and restrict how authors can use taxonomies on the site, which is very handy. After saving your changes, you can then go to Appearance >> Menus, and add the following links to your navigation menu.

How to Create a Fanfiction Archive With WordPress
Mable Jordan

Do you enjoy writing fanfiction? While you can add your fanfiction as normal posts, it becomes difficult to organize and showcase them on your site. In this article, we will show you how to create a fanfiction archive with WordPress. Why Create a Fanfiction Archive Instead of Posts? WordPress comes with two commonly used content…

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Rosemary Jacobs

For example, you can restrict Genre by checking the box next to ‘Only admins and editors can add terms to this taxonomy’. This will allow you to prefill the Genre taxonomy. Your authors will be able to select genre from your list instead of adding new genres.

How to Create a Fanfiction Archive With WordPress
Eustolia Fincher

Do you enjoy writing fanfiction? While you can add your fanfiction as normal posts, it becomes difficult to organize and showcase them on your site. In this article, we will show you how to create a fanfiction archive with WordPress. Why Create a Fanfiction Archive… Read More »

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