The WordPress admin dashboard is also known as WP Admin. You can install plugins, create posts, and complete many backend functions on the WordPress site. You actually have to do these within the WordPress admin dashboard.
A simple method is opening a web browser and navigating to ‘example.com/wp-login’ or ‘example.com/wp-admin’ (using your domain name in the place of ‘example.com’ in the two URLs).
Now, you have the login screen. You have to input the user name and password of your WordPress. After logging in, you will see the admin dashboard.
An important consideration is that if these default URLs don’t work, there may be security applications or any customization applied to the WordPress website so that the dashboard is accessible only under particular conditions. In such a case, it’s better to discuss the issue with the developer of your WordPress site. They should be able to provide you the dashboard access.
If you have used the ‘Plesk 1-click installer’ to install WordPress, you can warp into WordPress, requiring no manual input of your username and password. Firstly, you have to log into the Plesk control panel. Then you will find out if you have used the 1-click installer to install WordPress because a WordPress icon usually appears under the domain name. Then you have to select ‘Login’. You should automatically enter the admin dashboard now without providing your username and password.
The WordPress admin dashboard is very important for your WordPress site. A user completes many WordPress operations from the WordPress admin dashboard. We hope the above-mentioned methods have been useful to you to learn the steps of accessing WordPress admin.