You can control site-wide preferences in the “Settings” section of your admin panel. These include:
The official title of your overall website. This can be the same as your comic book, but not necessarily. For example, if your comic is named “The Amazing Adventures of Aaron the Aardvark”, your site could be called “Official Website of Aaron A. Aardvark” or “Aardvark Adventures, an Online Comic.” But not “Adventure Time.” That’s been taken.
Site root directory
If you’re storing your site in a subdirectory, enter its name here. Be sure to prefix the subdirectory with a slash, like /foldername. (Please note: In version 1.0b1, this is experimental. I mean, it works in the lab, but …)
The name you go by. This can be your real name, a pseudonym, or anything that doesn’t steal someone else’s identity.
The legal rights to your work. This statement is usually a © symbol (or
© in HTML parlance) and the year of publication.
Used to indicate upon which hour your comic pages should be available on their appropriate dates.
How months, days and years should appear on your site. See the official list at PHP.net.
Google Analytics Tracking ID
Your site’s unique string for watching traffic on your site.