How do I log into my WordPress dashboard?
On a typical WordPress site, all you need to do is add /login/ or /admin/ to the end of your site’s URL. Both of these URLs will take you to your login page where you can enter your username and password. Once logged in, you will be taken directly to the admin area, or dashboard, of your site.
Where do I find my dashboard on WordPress?
The dashboard is indeed at http://digitalgardenie.wordpress.com/wp-admin and you can always get to the dashboard via the grey Admin bar; see your username on the right-hand side? Hover over it and you get a drop down list. Hover over the blog name and you get a range of destinations including teh Dashboard.
How do I get to the backend of my WordPress site?
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Why can’t I log into WordPress?
First, if you’ve used multiple browsers or devices to log into WordPress, check to see if any of those browsers or devices are still logged in. Then access the admin panel and change your password. If that doesn’t work, your next best option is to update your password directly in the WordPress database.
How do I log into dashboard?
Steps to login to WordPress
- To access the WordPress dashboard you simply need to add /wp-admin to the end of the URL where you installed WordPress. For example: example.com/wp-admin Copy. Note!
- Type the username and password you used when you installed your WordPress. Note!
Where can I find my WordPress username and password?
Browse to your WordPress login page, typically this is located at /wp-admin, such as: https://domain.com/wp-admin. Then click on the “Lost your password?” link at the bottom. On the next screen, enter your username or email address of your WordPress administrator account.
Why is WordPress Dashboard different?
Why does my WordPress dashboard look different? The change you’re seeing is a result of the dramatic WordPress update in version 5.0 which rolled out in December 2018. It’s not a change that is of much use for websites that have already been built using the Classic editor or another type of page editing plugin.
Do you have to pay for WordPress?
WordPress as a software is free for you to download and use. However, to use WordPress on the web, you will need WordPress Hosting. You can use WordPress.com to create a free blog, but be aware that there are some differences. Bluehost is an officially recommended WordPress hosting provider.
How do I log into my website?
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How do I log into the backend of my website?
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