Trying to access your WordPress dashboard without having a username and password? You’re not alone. There are countless WordPress users out there who have no idea how to access the admin area. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take to prevent this problem. First, ensure that your WordPress hosting account is set to allow “cookies” for logins. If you’re on an untrusted network, you may not be able to use the cookies.
To reset your password, first, you need to enter your user name and email address. Then, click on the link to reset your password. You’ll be prompted to enter a new password, but this email will never contain your old one! Once you’ve changed your password, WordPress will send you a message letting you know that you’ve been successful in resetting your password. You can then click on the link to log back into the admin dashboard.
If you still can’t log in, check your web browser’s settings. Make sure that cookies are enabled. Sometimes, the browser’s settings disable cookies, which prevents WordPress from functioning properly. Fortunately, this problem is easy to fix! You can disable cookies in your browser’s preferences or by clearing its cache. If the problem persists, try deleting your browser’s cache to start fresh. If you’re unable to login to WordPress, you may also want to try clearing your cache.