How to use this site

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This website is simply a blog configured to allow multiple people to use it. At the moment, to allow all Owners and residents to sign up, anyone can register. However, although this website is currently hidden from search engines, it’s possible that someone who doesn’t live here could find the site and register. To avoid people like this registering and posting adverts offering to enlarge body parts, new users have limited capabilities.

To make sure your account is upgraded so that you can participate fully, please follow these step-by-step instructions for registering, signing in and upgrading your account:

  1. Register here with a user name (please pick a user name that somehow includes your first name) and email address.
  2. Check your email for your password. Check your spam folder if you don’t see the email after a few minutes. The email will be from “WordPress”, and the subject will be “[Trinity Place] Your username and password”.
  3. Sign in with your user name and password.
  4. Fill in whatever profile information you want to include, and change your password if you wish to.
  5. In the “Biographical Info” box, answer this skill-testing question that will tell me you’re someone who actually lives here:
    • What is the name (former or current) of the engineering company that is overseeing the upcoming construction work on Trinity Place?
  6. Make sure you click the “Update Profile” button at the bottom of the page.
  7. While you’re waiting for your account to be upgraded, feel free to write new or comment on existing posts. These will be approved once your account is upgraded. (After your account is upgraded, your posts and comments won’t need to be approved.)

Once you’ve logged in, you can comment on any blog posts that exist or make your own blog post. Just dive right in and say something that you think might be useful or interesting. Please keep things civil, on-topic and professional. Think of this website as a virtual conference room where we can put our heads together to discuss issues related to Trinity Place.