A Beginner's Guide To Find Your WordPress Login URL
How To Find WordPress Login URL: Often beginners have trouble finding their WordPress login page URL. Many beginners usually ask me How to login to WordPress? Where to find WordPress login URL? So in this article, I will show you how to find your WordPress login URL and login to your WordPress site.
Do I Really Need WordPress Login URL?
The answer will always be Yes!!! You need login URL to login to your WordPress blog so that you can manage your site. Once logged in, you can create new posts as well as pages, change your theme and add plugins. The login page is where you can access the backend of your WordPress site i.e admin area.
How To Find WordPress Login URL?
On the typical WordPress install with recommended web hosting provider, all you need to do is simply add /login/ or /admin/ to the end of your site URL.
These above URLs will redirect you to WordPress login page where you need to provide username and password to log in.
If these both URLs didn’t work and you are not able to access your WordPress login page, then you can also access your WordPress login page by visiting the following link:[css]www.sitename.com/wp-login.php[/css]
In case you have installed WordPress in a subdirectory like /blog/, then you can use following URLs to access your WordPress login page:[css]www.sitename.com/blog/login/[/css]
And in case you installed WordPress on a sub-domain, you can access WordPress login page by visiting any one of the following URLs:[css]subdomain.sitename.com/blog/login/[/css]
On WordPress login page you must provide username and password to log in. Once you click on login you will be redirected to your WordPress admin area where you can manage your whole WordPress blog.
And if you are already logged in to your WordPress blog, you can directly access admin area by visiting the following URLs:[css]www.sitename.com/admin/[/css]
Remember you must be previously logged in to your WordPress and if you are you will be redirected to WordPress dashboard. And if your session has expired, you will be redirected to your WordPress login page.
I hope you will be able to login to your WordPress blog. Note: You must replace www.sitename.com with your site URL in all above URLs. And also directory and subdomain name accordingly.
How To Remember WordPress Login Page URL In WordPress
I would recommend you to add WordPress login URL bookmark to your browser. So that you will not forget your WordPress login page URL. But you can always use WordPress to remember it. You can add WordPress login link on your website sidebar, footer, menu etc.
Add WordPress Login Link To Menu
To add WordPress login link to menus. Inside your WordPress dashboard, simply go to "Appearance" >> "Menus".
Now click on the link tab and add your WordPress login link and text. Then click on "Add to Menu" button and then click on "Save Menu" and you are done.
Add WordPress Link In Sidebar
You can use default widget called Meta to add a link to your WordPress login page. Also, link to your site’s RSS feeds and WordPress.org website.
By default, this widget is already present on your WordPress sidebar. In not, then you can add by simply going to "Appearance" >> "Widgets" and drag the meta widget to your WordPress sidebar.
How To Add WordPress Login Form In WordPress Sidebar
You can also add complete WordPress login form in your WordPress sidebar. Simply install and activate Sidebar Login Plugin and it will add a custom WordPress login form to your sidebar.
How To Bypass Login Page In WordPress
On your WordPress login page, you can find a “Remember Me” checkbox. Simply Check remember me box before your login and you to directly access the admin area without login on subsequent visits for few days as it depends on cookie settings.
I hoped this article helped you to find your WordPress login link/URL and these above-mentioned ways will make your login task simple. For any query and feedback do leave a comment.