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Logging in to WordPress

Posted on 06 February 2015 by biggerds

NOTE: Before you can log in to Miami’s WordPress system, you must either be a site administrator or be added to a site by another administrator. To obtain a site of your own, request a WordPress blog.

To log in to the WordPress Dashboard, follow these two easy steps!

1. Access the WordPress website. Visit:


You will be directed to the login page.

2. If needed, enter credentials. If you are already logged in to another Miami service, it is possible that you will be logged in to WordPress automatically.

  • If you are not automatically logged in, enter your Miami UniqueID and password in the text boxes and press Log In.
  • If you are a guest blogger with no Miami affiliation, contact your site’s administrator for directions.

Once you have logged in successfully, you will directed to the Dashboard. See Overview of the WordPress Dashboard for more information.


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Configuring your WordPress Profile

Posted on 01 September 2011 by oharakm

Your profile contains information about you (your “account”) as well as some personal options related to using WordPress.

Non-Miami users can change their passwords. All users can turn on keyboard shortcuts, and turn off the WYSIWYG (Visual) editor, among other things.

Your username cannot be changed, but you can use other fields to enter your real name or a nickname, and change which name to display on your posts.

To configure your profile:

1. Log in to http://blogs.miamioh.edu.

2. Click Profile. The Profile screen opens.

3. Adjust settings as needed:

  • Personal Options
  • Name
  • Contact Info
  • About Yourself

4. When you are satisfied with your changes, click Update Profile. A brief confirmation message appears at the top of the screen.

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