Saturday, May 18th, 2013 9:00am UTC
What’s up with the ads? That’s total BS!
In order to be able to provide this service at no financial cost to you, we have to pay for the network somehow. We’ve limited our ad displays to be as non-invasive as possible, and have adapted them to each specific theme available. In the very near future, if you really want to skip the ads, we will offer additional options for those who wish to use them.
What can I use my free site for?
Anything within our terms of service agreement. We absolutely do not allow spam sites, porn sites, pill sites, gambling sites, or anything not fit for audiences of all ages. If in doubt, read the TOS carefully.
If you still have a question, contact us. Common examples are: a personal blog, of course; your groups website and blog; a group blog; personal website; the options are only limited by your imagination, and staying within our TOS.
As a note… in the near future we will offer additional services. If your keyboard has trouble with typing words over 4 characters in length, then we will have an option for you to express your vocabulary as you see fit.
I need to edit the theme I’m using. How do I do it?
You can’t. For us to allow this would be a serious breech of security. While we’re sure you’re a great person, there are folks out there who aren’t. In order to protect the entire community, we just can’t allow it.
However… we will be adding additional services in the very near future. Part of this will be allowing users to have their own special themes, that they provide to our network admins. They will review your theme, tweak it if need be, and allow the theme for only your site. Also, anyone can submit themes for use by the entire community. In fact, we encourage it. Contact us for details.
Users that contribute themes will be offered some additional perks, depending on the level of their contribution. This could be removal of ads from their main site, additional space for images, special plugins or functions for their site, or other additional features. Again, contact us to learn more.
Help, help, HELP!
If you need assistance, and it wasn’t covered in our FAQ, please check our support area. The link may be found towards the top of this page, or to your right under the heading “Navigation”. If there isn’t an answer in the forums, feel free to pick the appropriate category/board in the forum and post your question. As a last resort, you may contact us if it is of an emergent nature.
Our FAQ is still being generated. Please check back soon for additional updates.