- October 31, 2020
- Posted by: administrator
- Categories: Cpanel, WordPress
You can easily log in to WordPress dashboard from the cPanel without the password. Nowadays we all are installing the applications on cPanel using Softaculous. Softaculous is the installer which has lots of scripts available. It has a list of all the available scripts on its control panel that you can access from the cPanel. Once you are on the Softaculous panel, you can choose the application you wish to install. After the application is installed, you can list the installed application details under the chosen session.
Likewise, you can install WordPress on your domains with a single click. Once it is installed, it will list all the installation details under the WordPress session. In that section, you will see an option to log in to the WordPress dashboard, there is no need to know the password. This is only applicable for WordPress which we have installed directly using the Softaculous. If the sites are migrated from the other host, this option will not work.
Access WordPress Dashboard from cPanel
So, follow the steps given below to log in to your WordPress installation directly from the cPanel. It is a very easy task with a few steps.
1) Login to the cPanel account.
2) Navigate to the “Softaculous Apps Installer” menu and you will see a list of scripts available for us to install. Click on the “WordPress” option to navigate to the WordPress installation section.
3) This action will redirect you to the WordPress installation page. You can install a new WordPress from this section. Also, you will see a list of all the WordPress applications installed using Softaculous on the bottom of the page. On each installation, you can see an admin icon, you can log in to WordPress dashboard by clicking on that icon. Clicking on the icon will redirect you to the WordPress admin section. From the admin section, you can customize your WordPress site or reset the password if you have forgotten the password.
So, this is how you can log in to your WordPress site directly from the cPanel. Let us know if you need any help understanding anything regarding this topic. We are happy to help!