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If you are looking for your default WordPress Login URL and wanted to log in to your website. Or you generally forget the URL to log in to your website and wanted to bookmark it. You have landed on the right page. In this post, I will share few tips to remember your WordPress Login URL. And how you can find your default WordPress Login URL?
What is WordPress Login URL
First of all, we need know that what is WP Login URL. It is the web address of the login page to access your website from backend.
The WordPress login page is your entrance gate to access your WordPress dashboard. Or we can say that if you want to edit/change anything in your website, you have to login into your dashboard. After logging in to your dashboard you can create a new page, a new post or change any setting of your WordPress site.
How to Find WordPress Login URL
By default WordPress Login URL is your domain name with /wp-admin/ or /wp-login/ in the end.
For example, if your domain name is http://www.abc.com
then your WordPress Login URL would be
You can also use ONLY /admin/ or /login/ at the end of your domain to access WordPress login page.
You will see a WordPress login page (as shown in below picture) when you open any of the URLs mentioned above.
How to Login into WordPress │ How to Access WordPress Admin
To log in to your WordPress you need to enter your Username or Email and Password on your WP login page. These credentials (username and password) are created at time of WordPress installation. Enter these credentials and click on the Log In button, this will redirect you to your WordPress dashboard. Now you can access any section of the dashboard and can change anything you want.
How to login into a WordPress installed in a Subdirectory
If you have installed WordPress into a subdirectory of your hosting i.e. /wp/, so you need to add subdirectory name between your domain name and /wp-admin/.
How to login into a WordPress installed on a Sub-domain
If you want to build your website’s landing page or homepage different from blog page. It is advisable to use a static homepage and install WordPress on a sub-domain for your blog.
For example, you can install WordPress on http://blog.abc.com
Login into your WordPress Sub-domain, by adding /wp-admin/ or /wp-login/ at the end of your sub-domain i.e.
How to Remember Your WordPress Login URL
You can remember your WordPress Login URL:
- By bookmarking it into your web browser by using Ctrl+D
- By adding a WP Login URL link on your website
- By adding a Meta widget on your website
- By adding a WP Login Form in the widget area of your website
By bookmarking it into your Web Browser│Using Ctrl+D
You can bookmark Your WP Login URL in your web browser
Go to the Menu > Bookmarks > Bookmark this page…
or use Ctrl+D
Go to Bookmarks > Bookmark page
or use Ctrl+D
Go to the Menu > Bookmarks > Add to bookmarks
or use Ctrl+D
By adding a WordPress Login URL link on your website
You can add a link of your WordPress Login URL in the Menu of your website
- Go to the WordPress Dashboard > Appearance > Menus
- Create a Custom Link
- Enter your WP Login URL and name it as per your choice.
- Click on the Add to Menu button and place it on the desired position by dragging it.
- Finally, don’t forget to click on the Save Menu button and you are done.
By adding a Meta Widget on your website
Meta Widget is comes by default with WordPress installation, the widget includes three links…
- Log in
- Entries RSS
- Comments RSS
By adding a WordPress Login Form in the widget area of your website
And finally i am sharing a WordPress plugin, You can add a WP Login Form in the widget area of your website by using a this plugin Sidebar Login.
Install Sidebar Login WordPress plugin and activate it. Consequently a new widget called Sidebar Login will be added in the widget area and you could use this to add a WordPress Login Form in your wbsite. It will look like the screen shot below.
Hope you find this post useful. If you still are note able to find WordPress Login URL or you are unable to login into your WordPress admin area. Do let me know via comment section below, I will be happy to help you.