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Please go to the login page! Now, if not, sign out of your blog and sign in again. New login page! Long ago there were seven boys, myself among them, who launched a shuttle-family. Part of my job here is to make sure that Shuttle makes his début in whatever way we think is right as a group.
Getting started is the first thing to do. Michael Heilemann created this special draft in the course of the work.
To log in to the WordPress Dashboard
I will show you in this step how to use the WordPress Dashboard and how to login there. Once you have completed the WordPress setup, you can begin to create the look & feel correctly. The credentials you get sent to your administrator e-mail after WordPress is installed allow you to go to the administration section (or WordPress Dashboard) of your website to make the necessary changes to the things page layout, add any plug-ins you want to use for additional features, or just begin posting your blog entries.
When you have Wordpress webhosting you just have to go through these easy procedures to get to the WordPress Dashboard: Substitute'YourWordPressDomainName' with your real DomainName. a) For WordPress pages hosted on the Rootomain, use this URL: b ) For WordPress pages that are located in a subdirectory, use this URL: Enter your user name and your pass word to enter the administration area of your website.
These two applications are different. Hopefully you have found this step-by-step guide useful for logging in to the WordPress administration area.
To find the WordPress Administrator URL and log in
Once WordPress has been installed, you will need to sign in to your new website. You can' t customize your new blog without accessing the administrator pages. This is the place where "everything happens", where you post and administer the site. If you want to avoid others modifying the site, you must login with your user name and your passwort.
If you are new to WordPress, however, you may be confused when you find the administrator login page. Here we show you how to work with the WordPress Administrator login page. WordPress uses the Default login url by default, which is the same for all blog entries. In order to open it, just put /wp-admin at the end of the website address.
Some WordPress developer have also added several other links that take you to the same page. So if for some sort of reasons you don't like the standard wp-admin-URL you can get to the login page by making one of the following entries: Remember that all these links point to the same login page and you will not make a single error if you use one of them.
All of them will redirect you to the same login page automatic. In addition, you should know that Wordpress.com administration pages and login information have nothing to do with those you use on self-hosted WordPress. Once you have successfully opened the login URL, you can make it more readily available for your further efforts.
For example, you can make a page marker in your web browsers, attach a broadget to your WordPress home page, or attach a login page hyperlink to your WordPress menus. When you open the WordPress Administrator login page, you will see a basic screen asking for your login name and your passphrase.
When you have WordPress preinstalled yourself, you should already have the administrative login information that you generated during the preinstalled process. If you forget to send your mail, please verify your mailbox, as WordPress has sent you an e-mail with all the information you need to register. However, if someone else has done it for you or you take over someone else's website, you should ask them for the login information for the administrator.
WordPress will now take you to the Dispatch Board, where you can begin working on your first posting and manage your site. The login page can look as you wish. Unless you are using a newly loaded WordPress, the page may look different from the one shown in this paper.
When you take another look at the login page, you will see a easy way to remind me that you can enable or disable. If you select this setting, your web-browser saves the login data after successful login using a cookies. This means that the next you open the WordPress Administrator login page, the Web Browser will know that you are an active member and will not have to reenter the same login information.
Only use the Remove Me checkbox on PCs that no one else has permission to use. If you enable this feature when you log on to publicly accessible machines, the administrator pages will be made available to everyone. You can kidnap your blog, remove it, or anything else you "won't like". At the bottom of the display you will see the options "Forgot your username and password?
If you have forgotten your login credentials, click on the shortcut that opens a slightly different login area. Here you must enter your user name or e-mail with which you registered your administrative area. As soon as you click on the "Request new password" icon, WordPress immediately sends you an e-mail.
You will receive a message about the changed user name and a specific, unambiguous hyperlink leading to the new one. In case the e-mail does not reach you within a few moments, please verify your SPAM-directory. In case it does not exist, you will need to ask a WordPress wizard to help you recover your WordPress passphrase.
If you click on the hyperlink in the e-mail, you will see the freshly created login name. The WordPress will generate a safe template for you, but you can also type your own on the same page. As soon as you are finished, memorize your pass code and click on the Reset passcode icon.
WordPress will then tell you if the change was successful, and if so, it will take you back to the login page. In order to sign in to a WordPress site, you must include /wp-admin at the end of the website address. Attempt to use strong passwords and be wary when using the "Remember" function.
In case you have forgotten your forgotten your passwort, just unwind because WordPress lets you generate a new one.