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One of the advantages of being an InMotion WordPress host client is that we can either move from your current website or setup you with a website that already has WordPress on it. In case we did not help you with the setup, you can log into your desktop after completing the WordPress install.
In the WordPress administration area, the "WordPress Dashboard", you will start to build your WordPress page. Remember that your logon information does not match your cPanel user name and Password unless you configure it the same way. This is the user name that you created when you first installed WordPress.
This is the WordPress passphrase you specified when you started the WordPress install. So if you sent the installer instructions by e-mail during the install procedure, they will also be included in that e-mail. In order to use the WordPress Dashboard, all you need to do is append /wp-admin to the end of the WordPress web page where you have WordPress at.
Enter the user name and passcode that you used when you downloaded WordPress. After registration you will see the WordPress Dashboard. In the meantime, you can configure WordPress to use your tempo url found in your Advanced Printing Protocol (AMP) specifications. If you modify WordPress to work with your tempo URL, if you are willing to go to the site via your own web browser, you will need to modify it again to work with the actual name.
You may get an error when trying to log into your WordPress dashboard for several reason. Often the user just forgets their username and passwords. Fortunately, we have published an outstanding review about how to reset your Wordpress key. Please read our complete guidelines on how to activate two-factor WordPress authentification for more assurance.
To find your WordPress log-in URL do the following
When you are new to WordPress and ask yourself: "How do I register with my website?" or if you have a customer who always forgets the web site for registration, this is the workshop for you. It' usual for new people to have problems finding their sign-in URL once they have installed a self-hosted WordPress site for the first one.
If you are like me and have a horrible mind, you may have forgot or mislaid your log-in URL! That' s why in this essay I show you how to find your WordPress log-in URL easy - and never loose it again. A great help desk can help you with any WordPress problem, big or small - for free!
You will be taken to the back end of your website on the log-in page. If you are using a WordPress page, all you need to do is attach /login/ or /admin/ to the end of the website address. Either of the two addresses will take you to your log-in page where you can type in your user name and your pass word.
After logging in, you will be redirected directly to the administration area or your website theshboard. When your website is in a subfolder or directory, you need to put /login/ or /wp-login.php at the end of the website address. When your WordPress installation is on a subdomain, your address will be slightly different:
After logging in, you can directly connect to the administration area of your website via these URLs: If you are still registered on your website, please verify both of them and forward them to the administration area of your website. There is no need to memorize your logon URL. Just enter your username and password. In order to set a marker, log in with your log-in URL:
Bookmark once and you have a fast and simple way to submit directly to your site without having to memorize your submission email at the top of your mind. The default sign-in page for Remember Me Checkinged is enabled to make sure you remain signed in to your site and don't have to sign in all the time.
You can also include a shortcut to your site's log-in page, either in the Navigate pane, side bar, or bottom bar. How to insert a shortcut to your menu: Just click on Custom Links and type in the log-in url of your website and give the option a name (I just named it my "Login").
Click Next to Menus, and then click Saving Menus to store your new one. How to insert a hyperlink to your side bar or footer: Navigate to the Appearance > Widgets tab and drop the meta widget onto the Windows Wide area where you want to view the sign-in to. To go beyond the basics of WordPress capabilities and personalise your sign-in page, please read How to fully customise the WordPress sign-in page or, even better, try our Ultimate Branding plug-in, which allows you to make the same adjustments without having to browse the source tree.
In this detailed step-by-step tutorial, you'll learn how to apply a customized wallpaper to your website, how to substitute the WordPress icon for your own, how to change the appearance of the sign-up screen, and how to delete the forgotten passphrase shortcut. If she doesn't help WordPress companies with her words or work on web sites, she likes to brunch, cycle and wander.