how to find your WordPress login url

Beginner’s Guide on How to Find Your WordPress Login URL

After lots of ups and down in getting your hosting set up and you are ready to start working on your new website, the first problem you encounter is WordPress login dashboard and the first question you ask yourself is how will I login to my WordPress site? Yes, as a beginner you might not know how and that is why we are here to guide you on how to find your WordPress url login.

There are ways to find your login details and WpressBeginner will show you how and different ways to log into your WordPress admin.

Finding Your WordPress Admin Link?

Install WordPress through Hosting Site

As we have stated above that there are ways to find your admin link, but normal hosting site provider will have normal WordPress admin link and in such situation all you need to add is admin, wp-login or login.

As you can see above, which is namecheap hosting admin, you can see

Other example are:

Those links above will direct you to your website login dashboard.

Note: Replace sitename with your website name.

Install WordPress through subdirectory

If you installed WordPress in a subdirectory such as /wordpress/, then you would need to access your WordPress blog login page like this:

Install WordPress on a sub-domain

You can also access the WordPress admin login page like this:

All the link listed above direct you to your dashboard when you input your login details which consist of your username or mail and your login password.

Remember the Forgotten WordPress Login Page in WordPress

You might not remember your WordPress login page and it might be difficult to remember, never mind, there are ways you can remember your WordPress login page in WordPress;

Adding WordPress login to your website

There are two ways that you can add your WordPress login link on your website and all is set on your WordPress dashboard.

Add your WordPress login link on your website Menu, Footer or Sidebar

Simply login to your WordPress admin area and go to Appearance » Menus » Click on the Link tab to expand it » Click on the Add to Menu button » Save Menu button.

Use the default widget called Meta on your website

Simply go to Appearance » Widgets and drag the meta widget to your website’s sidebar or widget-ready area » Add the WordPress login link » Save.

Bypass Login Page in WordPress by the use of Remember Me

This is very easy with just one click, when you still remember your password. From the image above, you will see a box written Remember Me, check it and your password will be save on your login dashboard for at least 2 – 3 weeks interval. Also if you keep forgetting to check this, you can install Always remember me plugin. This plugin will always Click on it when you get to your login dashboard.

Login through your Web Hosting Sites
Using Namecheap Web Hosting

As we all know that Namecheap is one of the best hosting site across the world we fast and easy access. So you can login into your website through Namecheap using Softaculous.

Softaculous is a great tool in cPanel that allows installing different scripts like WordPress, Joomla, Magento etc with just one click.

Simply Login to your cPanel account » find ‘Softaculous App Installer’ and click the WordPress icon » Navigate to All Installations menu » In order to proceed, click the Admin icon.

Using Siteground Hosting

Also SiteGround has a shortcut to login I to your WordPress site.

Simply login to your SiteGround hosting dashboard » Websites’ tab on the top » WordPress Kit » You’ll see a button to log in to the WordPress admin area.

Using BlueHost web Hosting

BlueHost is also one of the best and recommended hosting platform,easy and very fast platform. As every platform, BlueHost also has a shortcut to there WordPress login dashboard.

Simply login to your Bluehost dashboard » switch to the ‘My Sites’ tab » sites you have installed on your hosting account » click on the ‘Log into WordPress’ button of the site you want to log into.


There are more hosting site that offers login from your hosting dashboard, but we just touch the most populous hosting site used by WordPress expert. If you still have issues on this please use our comment box or contact us on Facebook, we will be glad to reply you.

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