Last updated : October 2018
When a blog is created, its only user account is that of the person who submitted the application to open the blog. This person is an administrator and can add other user accounts to the blog from its dashboard, via the Users > Add New menu.
Continue reading Managing several users on a blog
The profile management page contains a set of fields that you must fill in correctly if you want to be identified for your participation in a blog.
The value of a public signature
By default, the articles you write are signed with your WordPress username: a data you use to connect to the administration interface of your blog and that shouldn’t be visible to your readers. Filling in the information in your user profile will give you a public signature that greatly improves the visibility of your work. Continue reading The importance of a structured public signature
WordPress allows anyone with a user account on a Hypotheses blog to define a profile image. This profile image appears next to the author’s signature on a content, and if the person comments on an article in their blog or in another blog on the platform. The choice of a profile image is made through the administration interface of your blog > Users > Your profile. Continue reading Set-up a profile image on Hypotheses
On April 27th, 2017 took place the third Hypotheses bloggers Assembly. This annual event is a unique opportunity to meet with the bloggers community and the Hypotheses team, to discuss both the platform, community and readership growth and structuration.
You may find here links to the full speeches and following questions and answers given during this edition of the assembly. As it all took place in french, this post summarizes each talk with the main items that were discussed. Continue reading 2017 Hypotheses bloggers annual Assembly summary
Hypotheses uses every means available to provide the platform and its bloggers a maximum security. As a user of the platform, you have a role to play in this security, notably by choosing a secure password for your account. Continue reading How to change your Hypotheses account password