WordPress Login URL

How to find your WordPress Login URL?

How do I get access or login to your WordPress website? After installing WordPress, you will have access to its dashboard.

But those who are new to WordPress will forget to bookmark the page or either forget how login to their page. This is the most commonly searched question by beginners in WordPress

Don’t worry about that small stuff; in this tutorial, we will explain how we can log in to your WordPress dashboard or WordPress login URL and change it.

There are lots of ways to get access to your dashboard or login URL.

Why do you need the login URL?

By login into your WordPress page, you can add a new post or page, install plugins, change your entire website theme if necessary, etc.

You can use your username or email address to log in to your wp-admin page.

How to Find Your WordPress Login URL?

The most common way to login to your dashboard is

WordPress Login URL


Change example.com with your domain name; most hosting will provide your login credential to your registered email id.

You can add “/admin” or “/login” to the end of your website URL, and you can view the login page.



If, for some reason, the above login link is not working by any chance, you can try “/wp-login.php.”


Find the WordPress Login URL on a Sub directory or Sub domain

If you have installed WordPress on a subdirectory, you can try like this



Now, if you have installed WordPress on a sub domain, you can try like this



Remember the WordPress Login Page in WordPress

If you find it difficult to find your WordPress login link, just bookmark it. You can also add a login link to the header or footer, or sidebar so that you don’t have to remember it.

Just log in to your WordPress admin area and go to Appearance » Menu, click on the custom link tab and paste your login URL and text; after you have done those, select the add menu button. Don’t forget to save changes.

We can also add a login URL to the widget area by adding a meta widget on places where widgets can be added to the theme. This will add links to the login page, RSS feed page, and WordPress org website.

Enable it opens Appearance » Widgets and drag meta widget to the sidebar or where ever widgets support. You can add login links to basically the footer, sidebar, and places where widgets are supported.

Use Remember Me

You can also save your login credentials on the login screen by selecting remember me on the login page; it will auto access to admin page next time you visit within 14 days or based on the cookie settings you have made.

WordPress is people’s popular CMS, and the login page is constant; this might invite unwanted attention to your websites, such as hackers and malicious attackers(bad guys).

They may try to login attempts attack by Brute Force Attack into your admin login, trying to guess your password. Do not use a weak user password that is easy to guess; use a uniquely long, strong passwords.

We can divert them by changing to a custom login URL or Limit Login Attempts. The steps to avoid attacks is by changing the login URL path to your unique one.

You can check out the WordPress Security Guide That Protects Your Website From Hackers. Installing additional security plugins that will help prevent attacks on your admin panel. It can also change your default login URL; some support those like the WebArX or iThemes security plugin.

Limiting Login Attempts

This is a simple and effective way to hide your login page URL from bad guys. Install a Limit Login Attempts Reloaded plugin, and you can limit how many times users or anyone can try to login before that IP gets banned.

Usually, after 6 consecutive attempts, it will lock your login page access to that particular IP for a day, or you can even set to ban that IP. Admin will also get notifications about this and can take the necessary steps.


WebARX is a powerful security plugin that protects and monitors all your websites on a single dashboard.

WebARX Security

You can change your WP login URL from WebARX; you can also change logon hours and block the other times you don’t use it. IP Whitelist & Blacklist can disable firewall check on whitelisted IP and block all access to blacklisted IPs.

Log in WordPress from Your Web Hosting Dashboard

Many WordPress hosting companies provide direct access to your WordPress admin dashboard without any need for login and password.

Log in to Admin Dashboard within Bluehost

Bluehost is one of the biggest hostings companies in the world.

Login to WordPress

Simply log in to your hosting dashboard and click on “My Site,” and you will be able to see all the WordPress hosting you have installed there. Now click on the “Log in to WordPress” button, and it will log you in to your admin dashboard.

Log in to Admin Dashboard within Godaddy

Godaddy is another hosting provider; we can log in to the admin dashboard from Cpanel in Godaddy Server.


Open your Cpanel and search for softaculous, near that you will see WordPress and click on the link of your website


It will get you directly into your WordPress dashboard without login.

Log in to Admin Dashboard within FastComet

FastComet is one of the fastest hosting providers; it uses SSD only hosting so that your website loads faster than anything. FastComet also uses cPanel; accessing from it is the same every cPanel.

Common WordPress Website Login Issues

Here we will show you how to fix some of the common WordPress login-related issues and fix them.

Forgot Password

Forgetting password is one of the common issues and can be fixed very easily. Just open your WP login page.

Now click on the “Lost your password” link, which is just below the login form. A new window will open up and type your username or email id in the box and click the get new password button.

Lost your password

You will receive a confirmation link to your email address; click it to reset your existing password. A new window will open and ask to enter the new password and click the Reset Password button.

Just go to your login page and enter the new password, and you will have access to your email account.

Forgot Username

Unlike resetting a forgotten password and resetting it by email, recovering forgotten usernames, there is no option given. So we will have to go around and get the username; it needs a little bit of work.

You will need to login to hosting and open phpMyAdmin, i.e., open your database and search the user name in the table on the wp_users table.

Very important if you don’t know how to work in the database, don’t do it, because it can mess up your website a big time!

Open the database and click on the table named wp_users on the left side to open it, here you can get the username in the user_login table. You can edit your username if needed.

Cookies are Blocked

You must enable cookies to log in to your WordPress dashboard since it needs cookies to work properly. If you have recently installed a cache or security plugin, you should look into that first, try to disable it, and log in.

If that’s not the case, then to fix “Cookies are blocked or not supported by your browser,” You may follow the instruction based on the browser you have.

If the error persists, try clearing the cache of the browser and try again.


WordPress user login or admin login is just a method of getting access to your WordPress dashboard and customize your website.

You should improve the safety and security of your URL for security purposes. Changing URL is a simple way to fix it and use Security plugins for their awesome protection and security features.

We hope you got an idea of how to log in to your dashboard and keep your login safe from hackers.

If you have any questions or queries, please comment and let me know if this helped you. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook.

Editorial Staff

Sandeep Achari, Co-founder of Webicle Media and Blogger who is very much interested in any technical things. One part Entrepreneur one part Blogger one part Designer one part Developer. Find him on twitter @smartu89

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