The WordPress Dashboard is the starting place for administrating a WordPress installation. There are multiple ways to access the Dashboard. Learn about all of them in this article.
Make sure your domain resolves to the server where WordPress is installed.
Enter the login address into the address bar on your browser replacing example.com with your domain name. The WordPress login page can be reached at 2 different URLs:
On the WordPress login page, enter the username and password and then click thebutton to log in.
If WordPress was installed with Softaculous, Softaculous offers a convenient way to log in without using the WordPress password. Follow these instructions to log in via Softaculous.
Once inside the Softaculous interface, click on the All Installations icon in the upper right corner.
On the All installations page, click the Administrator icon for the desired installation to be logged into the WordPress Dashboard.
The A2 Optimized WordPress Plugin includes a security feature to change the default WordPress login URL.
Turbo Boost and Turbo Max Web Hosting accounts include the A2 Optimized cPanel plugin. Follow these instructions to log in with the A2 Optimized cPanel plugin.
In the A2 Optimized Window click on the button for the WordPress instance you want to manage. The Overview page will open.
In the Admin Login: area of the Overview page, click on the button to be logged into the WordPress Administration area or click on the admin login link to go to the WordPress login page.
Subscribe to receive weekly cutting edge tips, strategies, and news you need to grow your web business.
No charge. Unsubscribe anytime.