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How can I hide one (anonymous) blog from being linked to my public blog?

  1. unintentionalradiator
    Member

    Hiding another blog

    The blog I need help with is unintentionalradiator.wordpress.com.

  2. Every blog has a sole owner and it is the person with the username account who registered the blog under that username account and associated email addres. No matter how many blogs are created under any username account there will be only one gravatar and one primary blog that can be linked to that username.

    In order to completely disassociate blogs currently registered under the same username account and associated email address proceed as follows.

    Log out of WordPress.com and clear your browser cache and cookies.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/browser-issues/

    Without logging in to WordPress.com, register another username account under different email address.

    To transfer a blog from one username account A to another username account B you must first log in under the username account A that owns the blog you want to transfer to the other username account.

    Then you add the other username account B as an Admin of the blog.
    adding users http://en.support.wordpress.com/adding-users/
    user roles http://en.support.wordpress.com/user-roles/

    Then you A can use this process to transfer the blog to that username account B instead http://en.support.wordpress.com/moving-a-blog/#transferring-your-blog-to-another-user-or-account

  3. unintentionalradiator
    Member

    I just need to have the two blogs running from wordpress without followers being able to see either one. Rather than importing the content, I'd like to keep them going side by side from the same email address. I followed the links and it seems to be about importing information. I might have this wrong.
    Is this possible?

  4. I already told you how to do that above. Unless you have two username accounts each with a blog registered under each one they will not be disassociated. leave them under one username account and they will eventually be detected as being associated.

  5. unintentionalradiator
    Member

    Thanks timethief, I've got it.
    I was asking how to do it with the one account.
    No worries.

  6. @unintentionalradiator
    Hi again and I'm glad you figured out how to disassociate blogs now. Best wishes with your blog.

  7. Thanks rain coaster and timethief

  8. You're welcome from me, Naomi.

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