Paste the following code at the very top of your blog page:
<?php require_once('FancyConnector.php'); $f = new FancyConnector(false, ''); ?>
Note: If you want to use Fancy elements from a site on your page, put the site's name where it says "false".
Paste the following code right above your last </body> tag: <script src="fancy_blog.min.js"></script>
Create a template for what a post looks like and put it where you want the posts to load. An example is the following:
Note: All of the fields are optional (except for the container and the post). You don't need to include the timestamp, comments, etc.
Note: The comments will only show on a full post page, not on the list
Note: If you want an example, look at the code for the 'Demo Blog' here.