I am a blogger who owns many blogs. I believe every blogger faces some issues on their sites and me too. One of the regular common issues is the “Worpress login issue“. Do you face the same issue? If yes, then this article is for you. In this article, I will tell you “how to fix wp-admin/WordPress login issue?”.
When do I face the wp-admin/wordpress login issue?
By default WordPress long-in page is yourdomain.com/wp-admin. When I try to log in to my website, sometimes I face the log-in issue as same as you can see in the below image.
To login to the site, I’ve entered my user name and password correctly many times but failed every time, the result is the same. It notified me every time with a message “Something is wrong”. Then I got worried and tried to find the solutions. After doing a lot of research, I’d found the solution is very easy. Later I’ve decided to help other bloggers so that they can fix the same problem without wasting a lot of time. That’s why I’m writing here an article about the wp-admin/WordPress log-in issue.
How to fix the wp-admin/WordPress login issue?
There are many ways to fix the wp-admin/WordPress log-in issue. In this article, I will write about major solutions.
Let’s have a quick look through the below list of what do you need to do to fix the WordPress login issue?
- Recover old login credentials/Change the old password.
- Clear cache and cookies of your browser.
- Deactivate & then reactivate your plugins
Solution 1: Change the old password
First step: If you forget your login user name or password then you could face this WordPress login issue. In that case, you need to recover your old login credentials. If you failed to recover old login credentials then change your old password. Once the old password is changed then try to login with your new password.
Solution 2: Clear the cache and cookies of your browsing history.
In this solution, You will need to delete the cache and cookies of your browsing history. Then try to login again by putting your old user name and password. Most of the time, This method works properly. So, You don’t need to apply other methods. If you have a question about “how to clear cache and cookies of browsing history? then read this article “how to clear cache and cookies of browsing history?.
Solution 3: Deactivate your plugins/ themes and then Reactivate them.
In this method, to deactivate and reactivate your website’s plugins and themes, firstly, login to your website’s Cpanel then go to the File Manager and open it. Once it is opened then click on your website’s public_html then open wp-content and then change the old plugins and themes file names (this will deactivate the plugins and themes). Example: You can change their names in this way, plugins (default name) to plugines1 and themes (default name) to themes2. (Note: Ensure that you’ve clicked on the “Save” button after changing their name and don’t forget to save the old plugins and themes file name). Finally, rename the plugins and themes file name with their default/saved old/original plugins and themes name. Once all are done, now try to login to your website.
I believe if you can try these 3 methods properly then the problem should be fixed. If no, then message me privately. I will try to help you out.
For more information, you can read Login Trouble.