Here I could reinvent the wheel and give detailed information on how to use the WordPress Editor. But that would be a lot of detailed work that has already been done. I will put a link here to WordPress’s own site on how to use the editor.
This link will open in a new tab or page for you so you don’t navigate away from FudgeGenie while looking at the basic information.

With the Block function in the WordPress Editor one can easily create tables. Which given an RPG site, these will be used frequently for many things. Please check it out. If you get stuck just use the Contact Us form and we will be glad to help out.

All the articles should be created as Posts, not Pages. When creating a Post there are options for Categories, these are very broad in scope. Fudge, Fate, and others. If we need more we can add more of course. Additionally there are Tags that can be added to the Post. This is where we narrow the focus of the article down to what it’s about. Multiple Categories and Tags are allowed and if we need more we can add more.

Most importantly, since FudgeGenie was created as a replacement for the now defunct Fudge Factor. And we want everything to be open under the OGL. So all posts must have the following Section 15 of the Fudge OGL at the end of every Post.

Open Game License v 1.0 Copyright 2000, Wizards of the Coast, Inc.
Fudge 10th Anniversary Edition Copyright 2005, Grey Ghost Press, Inc.; Authors Steffan O’Sullivan and Ann Dupuis, with additional material by Jonathan Benn, Peter Bonney, Deird’Re Brooks, Reimer Behrends, Don Bisdorf, Carl Cravens, Shawn Garbett, Steven Hammond, Ed Heil, Bernard Hsiung, J.M. “Thijs” Krijger, Sedge Lewis, Shawn Lockard, Gordon McCormick, Kent Matthewson, Peter Mikelsons, Robb Neumann, Anthony Roberson, Andy Skinner, William Stoddard, Stephan Szabo, John Ughrin, Alex Weldon, Duke York, Dmitri Zagidulin
Additional Materials available on Copyright 2010 or as otherwise noted by individual authors or companies as indicated in the articles, posts, comments, blogs, podcasts, files, and other material made available through

(NOTE: Under “15 COPYRIGHT NOTICE” you should replace the “Additional Materials available on” with specific titles and authors and copyrights of any material you’re using from You should also include your own copyright line so that others who use your Open Game Content can include that information in their own Open Game License Section 15 declaration.)