What is my username? (5 posts)

  1. justaquickquestion
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Alright. So I have another account. I had to make this one JUST to create this post.

    What is my username and password? I go to 'mydomain.com/wp-admin or whatever, and type in my username and password there, and it works just fine - I can update anything I would like. BUT if I would like to post on the forums, OR edit my gravatar, I have to have my actual username and pw. It is driving me nuts!

    Anyone know WHERE I can look this up? It seems like I have tried everything!!! lol

    Thanks in advance!

  2. doc4
    Posted 6 years ago #


    This is confusing, are you talking about logging into your website or the WordPress forums? They are completely different entities.

  3. justaquickquestion
    Posted 6 years ago #


    Ok. Well that makes sense.

    What about my Gravatar? I have an account set up with e-mail address x. I no longer use that blog, but would like to keep my Gravatar, and put it to use on my new blog. Is this possible? I would like to keep the same e-mail. I cannot figure this out.

    Is there away to tell gravatar to remove the old site from it's memory and use the NEW blog as the default?

  4. Roy
    Posted 6 years ago #

    At gravatar.com you can update your account to your new email (or make a new account) and make sure that your useraccount in your WP installation uses the same email. And these forums if you want to use a gravatar.

  5. justaquickquestion
    Posted 6 years ago #

    The e-mail in WP and Gravatar match perfectly. But there is still no link between the two.

    Maybe it's a username issue? This gravatar accnt was connected to a different blog. I have changed blogs. So how do I get it to connect to this one?

    I tried clicking "verified services" and entering my details for wordpress. But it didn't work. What username and PW am I supposed to use? I used the one to log IN to mysite.com/wp-admin. Is that right?

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