How and where to log into your WP account

The login page is the door between your website and the management dashboard of your site also known as the admin area. Once logged in, you can create new posts, add new pages, change your design, add plugins, etc.

?! Where is my login page?

Can’t remember where to login to your website? Searching your correspondence to find that link? It happens more often than you think. If you only occasionally need to log into your Admin Dashboard there’s a good chance you can’t remember where you need to go.
Here I’ll show you how to login.
This is where everybody logs into their WordPress account

Go to your website in the browser and just after your website link add the following

For all users you can simply use the following;
www.yourwebsite.com/wp-login
 
Your hosting probably has things set up so that you simply can add /login at the end of your website url.

www.yourwebsite.com/login
 
For the Admin Dashboard
www.yourwebsite.com/wp-login

You can now login with your credentials. This is your username and password . You can also login with your WordPress.com credentials if you prefer. If I’ve created a user account for you than more than likely you don’t have just a username + password.
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