Having trouble accessing the LC resources on our website? Here are a few common issues and solutions, starting with a video, and then listed with text and images for quick reference.
Please note that this video was created before we went live, so it refers to http://new.paganpride.org/. This URL still works for now, but the normal URL, http://www.paganpride.org/, is what we should use gong forward.
Another possibility is that you actually do have the wrong password. Check for caps lock key and confirm your password if you keep them in a password vault or the like. If you are sure you are using the username and password correctly, please use the Password Reset Request form on the main support page to get a new password.
If you see this screen (click the image at right to see a full size version), it probably means you are logged in to another Google account instead of your firstname.lastname@example.org account from your welcome message. Just click the "Switch Account" button, enter your email@example.com account, click continue, then enter your password and click "Sign In".
If you already use GMail, or some other Google Apps for Domains account(s), things can get confusing if you use the "Switch Accounts" technique described above. Another option is to use separate users/identities/profiles in your browser. Here is how to do that in Chrome:
Using separate Google Chrome users may seem a little involved, but it is actually pretty straight forward and should give you a single click to open the LC resources from now on. In short, you will create a new Chrome user, then set the startup page for that user to the Pagan Pride LC Resources page.
Make New Chrome User
Note that, if this is the first time you have created a user, you will also have your original settings in the default user "Sparky", with the picture of the little dog. I have about a dozen of these setup, allowing me separate sign ins, bookmark bars, and startup pages for my different work and personal organizations.
Each browser session will now always have the little picture for the user in the top left corner, but you can also chose a separate full browser theme for each user to make it easier to remember which user you are in. I have a green forest theme for my Pagan Pride user, a dark Urban theme for my work user, a bright back yard theme for my personal user, and so on... Just go to settings (like we have twice now) and under Appearance click the "Get Themes" button.
This website uses Google Apps for Domains, and the Local Coordinator accounts are all Google Accounts. Google provides lots of great information on using and troubleshooting your Google Account at:
When using this resource, bear two things in mind: