WordPress Login

Video demonstration and instructions on how to use the WordPress Login:

Follow These Steps to access your Wordpress account:

1. First Enter the WordPress Login address or URL into the address bar of your browser:

http://wordpress.com/

2. Then on the empty text field that says EMAIL OR USERNAME, enter your Username or your User ID

3. Next on the empty text field that says PASSWORD, enter your Password

4. Click or tick off the box next to REMEMBER ME so you don’t have to login each time you visit the website

4. Finally, click the SIGN IN button to proceed to your account

 

 

Are you having trouble logging in to your account?

If you're still having trouble logging in, you can follow these steps to retrieve or reset your PASSWORD.

1. Under the text field of the Password, click the link that says HELP? 

2. Then follow the instructions there and provide the needed information to retrieve or reset your Username. In this case, you will have to enter in your User ID or the email address associated with you account. 

3. Once you have entered in all the required information, click on the button that says GET NEW PASSWORD and wait for your recovery details to be sent

4. Once you are able to login, you can also visit this link http://en.support.wordpress.com/passwords/ on how to change or reset your password

Still having trouble logging in? No worries, simply contact WordPress directly and get help with your WordPress Login:

Our voicemail is (877) 273-3049.

In San Francisco, we’re at:

132 Hawthorne Street
San Francisco, CA 94107

If you want to mail us something, please send it to:

Automattic, Inc.
60 29th Street #343
San Francisco, CA 94110-4929
United States of America

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