Logging Into Managed WordPress Portal

Posted on by Libby White | Updated:
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Note: The instructions in this tutorial are for the Managed WordPress Dashboard client, these instructions do not apply if you have a Liquid Web Managed WordPress Server Optimized Template account.

Managed WordPress Portal has two easy ways to access the Portal:

Log in Through Your Account

You can log into your Managed WordPress Portal account from your Liquid Web account.

  1. Once logged in to your Liquid Web account, click the [+] next to your Managed WordPress server to expand the section.
    Expand Managed WordPress section
  2. This will open a login section for your Managed WordPress Portal website.
    Managed WordPress login screen
  3. Click Login and you will be directed to your home page using the credentials sent to you via email when your Managed WordPress Portal service was purchased.
    Login to Managed WordPress

Log In through Your Browser

    1. In your browser, enter https://app.yourdomain.com. This will direct you to the login page for your Managed WordPress Portal home page.
      Note: In this tutorial yourdomain is an example, please enter the actual domain name for the site you are trying to access.
    2. Enter the login credentials which were emailed to you when your Managed WordPress Portal was purchased. Click Login .

Managed WordPress login screen

Log In from Liquid Web Website

  1. From the home page of www.liquidweb.com click on Customer LoginCustomer login
  2. Enter your username and password on the login page.Login screen
  3. Click LoginLogin button
  4. A new page will open with links for you to log into your Liquid Web account, Managed WordPress Portal or to continue browsing while logged in.WordPress dashboard button
  5. Select WordPress and your portal home page will open.Managed WordPress dashboard
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About the Author: Libby White

Former technical writer for Liquid Web. When Libby is not writing for work, she spends time learning more about digital & technical writing, web development, hanging with her family, and taking photographs with her Nikon. Always learning, always growing, never stopping.

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