After WordPress is installed on your hosting server, you will need to login to WordPress dashboard/ admin area to setup and customize your website.
The login page is the door between your website and the management dashboard of your site. Once logged in, you can create new posts, add new pages, change your design and add plugins, etc.
“How do I login to WordPress?” is one of the most common WordPress questions that we get asked. So in this article, I’ll show you how to easily find your WordPress login URL – and never lose it again.
Locating WordPress Login URL
|WordPress Install Path||Admin Panel||Login Page|
|WordPress installed in the root directory||example.com/admin |
|WordPress installed in a sub-directory||example.com/blog/admin |
|WordPress installed in a sub-domain||blog.example.com/admin |
How to Remember Your WordPress Login URL?
If you find it difficult to remember your WordPress login link , you may need to save the link somewhere easily accessible to you anytime. The easiest thing you can do is bookmark the admin login URL in your browser.
Alternatively, you can add your WordPress login link on your Website navigation menu, sidebars or footer. There are two very easy ways to do this.
Adding WP Login Link to Navigation Menu
- Go to Appearance> Menus
- Create a new menu or select an existing menu on your site for adding a custom link
- Click on Links tab to expand it. Then, add your site login link (e.g. https://yoursite.com/login in the URL field and ‘Login’ in the Link Text field and click on ‘Add to Menu’.
- Then, save menu.
Adding WP Login Link to the Sidebar or Footer
- Go to Appearance > Widgets
- Local Meta widget in the available widgets and drag the widget to either sidebar or footer as per your wish.