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How to Log in to Your WordPress Dashboard

Building a professional-looking website is made easy with WordPress, as it gives you access to all the necessary tools. When you log in to your WordPress dashboard, you can choose a theme that matches your desired look and feel for your website. Then, you can quickly add and personalize your images, text, and interactive features using building blocks for content.

How to Log in to WordPress Dashboard

From Your Website Address Bar

Below is a video of a quick and easy walkthrough tutorial on accessing the WordPress dashboard from your website address bar.

From Your Account Manager

Below are steps to log in to your WordPress admin dashboard from your Web.com account.

  1. Log in to your account via https://www.web.com/my-account/login.
  2. Once you are logged in to your account, click WordPress on the left menu.
  3. Within the Launch WordPress Dashboard tile, select the WordPress dashboard to launch, then hit GO.
    WordPress tab and Go button to launch WordPress dashboard

  4. The WordPress login page opens. Enter your Username/Email address, then Password.
    Log in to WordPress Dashboard

  5. Click the Log In button.

You will now be taken to your WordPress dashboard.

Forgot WordPress Password? How to Reset It

Please visit the article How Do I Reset My WordPress Password? for steps to reset your WordPress password.


To build a professional-looking website using WordPress, you will need to log into your WordPress dashboard. Learn how to log into the WordPress dashboard either through the website address bar or via the Account Manager from your Web.com account.

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