How to Visit Your WordPress Login Page


WordPress beginners might find it difficult to find and visit their WordPress login page. WordPress login page is the admin section of WordPress site which lets authentic users to login into their site’s dashboard, so they can manage their WordPress site from the back-end. Once you’re logged in to your WordPress dashboard you can publish posts & pages, change appearance, add or delete themes & plugins, add or remove users, and manipulate various site elements.
Once you’re familiar with WordPress, everything becomes quite easy. You can have a better site running under 5-10 minutes. But to edit your WordPress site app per your needs, you’ll first need to login to admin dashboard vi WordPress login page.

FINDING YOUR WORDPRESS LOGIN URL

You can simply access the login page of your WordPress site by entering /login/ or /admin/ slug after your WordPress site’s URL.
http://www.example.com/login/
http://www.example.com/admin/
These URL automatically redirect to the main login page of your WordPress site. If they do not properly redirect, you can make use of following URLs.
http://www.example.com/login.php/
http://www.example.com/admin.php/
The above example URLs are for the WordPress site running on the root domain. If you’re running your WordPress site on a subdomain, then you can access your site’s login page by adding /login/ or /admin/ slug to the subdomain URL. But if that does not redirect properly to the login page, use following URL structure.
http://subdomain.example.com/login.php/
http://subdomain.example.com/admin.php/
Once you’re familiar with these URL, you can easily access WordPress login page of your site or blog.


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