Lost Password

Lost Password

If you have many WordPress blogs, websites. If you change your password regularly to help with site security, it’s very easy to forget or lose track of your current password. This is an obvious one, but nonetheless an important problem, is an of the most frequently problems. Even the most tech savvy people forget their passwords now and then. That’s why WordPres make it super easy to recover a lost password in WordPress.

In this guide, we will show you how to resolve the WordPress login problem.

How to solved the forgotten password problem?

Solution 1: retrieve lost password   

If you’ve lost or forgotten your password, if you’ve used multiple browsers or devices to log into WordPress. First, check to see if any of those browsers or devices are still logged in. Then access the admin panel and change your password

Solution 2: Using the built-in recovery feature

If you have not already tried, try resetting your password. You can reset your password by clicking “Lost your password?” in your admin login page.

Lost Password-recovery

You will be taken to a page where you can enter either your username or your email address

Please click “Reset password” and WordPress will send you a link via email which you can use to create a new password.

However, if for some reason, you have tried to reset your password this way but not received any email, then you need do a manual password reset.

You can do this by “editing your database using PhpMyAdmin” or “editing your funtions.php file”

Solution 3: Reset password by editing your database using PhpMyAdmin

In this situation,you need to reset your WordPress password directly in the database. The easiest way to do that is by using phpMyAdmin. This process is quite easy, you can manually edit your database and change your password

Warning : Always exercise caution when working with the database. PhpMyAdmin allows you to interact with the database directly: it also lets you mess up the database directly. So, use phpMyAdmin at your own risk. WordPress is not responsible for lost of data. If you doubt your ability to use it, seek further advice.

Due to the level of risk, please read our step by step guide on resetting your password using this method in the next article.