Logging in to WordPress is a pretty easy job by just visiting your website URL followed by /wp-admin/. For example, if your website is example.com, you can login to your WordPress backend by visiting example.com/wp-admin/. As simple as that. You will be provided with the username and password input fields which you can fill followed by clicking the Login button at the bottom. Once you enter the correct credentials, WordPress will take you to the backend where you can perform all kinds of tasks and operations as you wish. To make any changes to your website, you should login to the WordPress backend.
Can’t find the login page at /wp-admin/
If you are not able to find your WordPress login page at yoursite.com/wp-admin/, you can try the following addresses as well.
Make sure to replace ‘yoursite.com’ with your domain URL
If you still can’t access the WordPress login page, you can directly try to access the wp-login.php file that lets you login to WordPress by typing.
This will open the WordPress login page for you and you can login by typing the username and password you have given during the WordPress installation process.
Add a Login Button
If you do not want to enter the URL of your WordPress login page every time you have to access the WordPress backend, you can easily add a menu item by going to Appearance > Menu and creating a new menu item linking to the WordPress login URL. This will let you access your WordPress backend from your site without having to enter the URL every time you want to get into the WordPress backend. Especially if you are letting your users create accounts on your website, this will be extremely useful.
Even though adding a login link on your website’s frontend will improve productivity, it will be a security loophole if you have changed your WordPress login URL. You changed it because you do not want anyone to see the page and try to login to your website. In that case, you can just bookmark the login link in your browser and click on it to easily get into the login page.