What is my WordPress Login URL?

May 10, 2013 by: 11

Knowing your WordPress Login URL is simple when you are in front of your home or work pc, and your login page is saved in your favorites.  But what happens when you are out and about and trying to login into your site from another computer?

This recently happened to me.  And I could not for the life of me remember what in the world my login url was to access my blog.

So for you fellow bloggers, here’s your URL!

http://yoursitename.com/wp-login.php

Just add /wp-login.php at the end of your website address.

Of course, if you are using a strong password (and I hope you are) with numbers, symbols, lowercase, and uppercase characters, you might find yourself in another predicament if you are unable to remember your password for logging in.  For this reason, I carry my WordPress passwords in my wallet.  You might want to start doing the same.  Nothing can be as frustrating as being able to access your WordPress login page, but can’t remember your password to get in.

Happy Blogging!

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    11 Comments on "What is my WordPress Login URL?"

  1. Salvador says:

    Do you have a spam problem on this site; I also am a blogger, and I was wanting to know your situation; many of us have developed some nice procedures and we are looking to swap strategies with other folks, be sure to shoot me an e-mail if interested.

  2. Kim Boyd says:

    I was using godaddy as my host for my wordpress.org site but I let my hosting expire. I would like to get it back up when I have the cash but wanted to take a look at the old pages that I had worked so hard to create. Now when I try to log on to my dashboard using the steps you list above (http://www.kimseyemagination.com/wp-login.php), it just takes me to the godaddy “parked for free” page. Any suggestions where I can look for my webpages?

    • Dave Fennell says:

      Hello Kim,

      I don’t believe that you will be able to see any of your old webpages without getting back into current status with your hosting provider. The page that you see when you visit your old site is GoDaddy’s redirect page for expired domain names. Once you are current again with your hosting and as long as too much time has not passed, you should be able to see your old pages.

      Hope this helps!

      Dave

  3. janet says:

    I am trying to log into my word press site to update on our annual event. It’s been a year since I’ve logged in and forgot the URL any ideas?

  4. Rebecca says:

    I have tried everything to login and still can not access my website(admin). PLEASE ANY SUGGESTIONS. BTW everything is utd.

  5. Very nice post. I certainly love this website. Keep it up!

  6. green coffee says:

    My developer is trying to convince me to move to .net from PHP.
    I have always disliked the idea because of the expenses.

    But he’s trying none the less. I’ve been using WordPress on various
    websites for about a year and am nervous about switching to
    another platform. I have heard excellent things about blogengine.net.
    Is there a way I can transfer all my wordpress posts into
    it? Any kind of help would be greatly appreciated!

  7. This is a very good tip especially to those new to the blogosphere.
    Simple but very accurate info_ Thanks for sharing this one.
    A must read article!

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