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How to Change the WordPress Administrator Password Using WordPress Toolkit

This article will teach you how easily change the WordPress Administrator password using the WordPress Toolkit in cPanel.

How to Change the WordPress Administrator Password Using WordPress Toolkit

To change the WordPress administrator password using the WordPress Toolkit, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to cPanel.

    Please see this article if you do not know how to log in to your cPanel account.

  2. In the Domains section of the cPanel’s home screen, click WordPress Toolkit:
  3. Next, the WordPress Toolkit page will appear, and you’ll see the list of the existing WordPress installs.
  4. From the WordPress Toolkit main page, locate the WordPress install for which you want to change the password, then click Setup

  5. The Setup dialog box appears:
  6. To view the current password, click the eye icon under the Current password.
  7. To reset the password, type the new password in the New password text box.
    Alternatively, click Generate, and WordPress Toolkit automatically generates a random, strong password.
  8. Click Change. The new password takes effect immediately.

That’s a wrap! You now know how to change your WordPress administrator password using the WordPress Toolkit in cPanel.

 

Updated on July 10, 2023
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