The simplest way to find your WordPress login URL is to add
/admin to the end of your site URL. For example, if your WordPress site is
www.mywebsite.com, you can access your login page by visiting
www.mywebsite.com/admin. If you are not logged in, WordPress will automatically redirect you to the WordPress admin login page.
However, there are some situations where this might not work, so let’s go over some other ways to find your WordPress login URL…
Other ways to find the WordPress login URL
The tactic above works in 95% of situations, but there are a few scenarios where it won’t work.
Specifically, it won’t work if you installed WordPress in a sub-directory or on a subdomain. In that case, you’ll need to add the sub-directory name at the end of the site URL or add the subdomain name at the start of the URL.
For example, if you installed WordPress at
blog.mywebsite.com, you can log in by visiting
Or, if you installed WordPress at
www.mywebsite.com/blog, you can log in by visiting
If you’re not sure where you installed WordPress, you can:
- Check your hosting dashboard. Many hosts list the direct URL of your WordPress installation.
- Ask your host’s support for help.
How to remember the WordPress login URL
To help you remember the login URL, you can add the login page URL to bookmarks in your browser.
Another option is to add a link to the menu, footer or sidebar of your website. Here’s how:
- Go to Appearance → Menus → Link tab
- Add your login link
- Click Add to Menu
- Go to Appearance → Widgets
- Drag the Meta to any widget ready area on your website such as sidebar or footer
When you log in, you can also check the Remember Me box so that you stay logged in.
If you wish, you can also add a login
This article was written by Priya and originally published on ThemeIsle Blog.