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Resetting your wp-admin password through phpMyAdmin

Modified Monday 14th April, 2014 at 07:39

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1. Log into the Cloud control panel and navigate to the File Manager.

2. Click on the public_html directory.

3.  Next, right click on the wp-config.php file and select Edit text file.

4. From the wp-config.php file copy the database details into a text file. These details should include the DB_NAME, DB_USER, DB_PASSWORD and DB_HOST.

5. Next, navigate to the MySQL Databases tool.

6. Click on the blue phpMyAdmin tab.

7. Enter the database username and database password and then select the server from the drop-down menu.

8. Select the database from the left-hand menu and then select the wp_users table.

9. Click on the pencil icon and then enter your new password into the user_pass text field.

10. Select MD5 from the function drop-down menu and then press GO.

You will now be able to log into the WordPress admin area using your new password.


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