I recommend that everyone who wants to post at TPZoo get their own unique username and password from WordPress (by visiting the WordPress homepage and registering as a user). You will need to provide an e-mail address.
Once you have your own username and password, you need to get added to TPZoo as an administrator, editor, author, or contributor.
Do one of the following:
1) You can add yourself by going to TPZoo and clicking on “Site Admin” under “Meta” in the sidebar. From there, you can (if needed) enter the username “tptestblog” and the corresponding password to access the TPZoo Dashboard.
At the Dashboard, click on “Users” and scroll down to “Add User From Community”. Here, enter your e-mail address, select your “role”, and click “Add User”.
2) Send an e-mail to “email@example.com”, letting me know that you want to be added as an administrator, editor, or author, and include the e-mail address you used to register with WordPress.
3) Leave a comment here using your personal WordPress account, with a request to me (Gregg) to be added as an administrator, editor, or author.
I will add you as soon as I can.
UPDATE: Please know that all e-mail addresses will be visible to all administrators. You may want to set up a special free e-mail account for this blog if you do not want other administrators having access to your “real” e-mail address.
All administrators are equal co-owners of this blog. It does not belong to me. So please have fun with it.
UPDATE: Once you are in as an administrator, you can customize your profile. Enter the TPZoo Dashboard by highlighting “My Dashboards” on the blue bar, then select your username. This will take you to the TPZoo Dashboard. Click on “Users”, and then “My Profile.” Fill in the blanks and upload an avatar if you’d like.