Log In

Log in

  • Click “Log In” in your website’s footer area.
  • OR, add “/wp-login.php” to the end of your domain name in the browser’s address bar (example: www.mywebsite.com/wp-login.php).
  • In the login window, enter your username and password (supplied to you by your web developer).
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  • If you select “Remember Me,” the computer will save you username/password for this particular website. Not recommended on you’re not using your own computer.

How to find Help

Help is always nearby

As long as you are logged in to your website, you can always click the “Help” tab at the top right corner of your screen. This tab has the information you need, depending on which page you are on and what you’re trying to do. Very useful!


Here’s an example of the Help sections available in “Edit Post” view:
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If you don’t find what you are looking for, simply click the link for “Support Forums” in the bottom right corner of the Help tab window and you will be taken to WordPress’ Support Forums where you can type in a question or search phrase.

Then there’s also the WordPress FAQ directory where you can find answers to many starter questions.