How To Change Default Admin Login URL Of WordPress For Tight Security.

Let’s Change Default Admin Login URL Of WordPress Website For The Security Of Your Blog/Website

Do you really want to improve the security of WordPress Website?Do you want to prevent of hackers?Do You want to avoid of A brute force attack?Here I bring a wonderful tutorial that will decrease the chances of being hacked.But first of all I want to tell you about kind of hacking which is called a brute force attack.In this hacking a hacker try the various types of combinations of username and password to get inside of your WordPress website/Blog.We can only avoid this kind of hacking with only one method.Which is to change our WordPress website Default admin login Url.As we know the default Admin login Url of any WordPress website is “yourdomain.com/Wp-Admin” which can be easily the first step of a hacker.In this article, we will show you how to change your default login URL of your WordPress website.

Watch the complete video below that will help to change your admin URL.If You don’t like the video then keep reading for more details.

 

Top 5 WordPress Security Plugins 2017.

 

We all know the best and easiest way to customize or insert any features in WordPress websites is that to install plugins.So in this tutorial, we going to use a plugin to take this step.

The Plugin name is “WPS Hide Login”. This plugin will easily let you change the custom login URL of your WordPress website.This awesome plugin is having 100,000+ Active installs and get lots best reviews from users.You can install the plugin by searching this in your dashboard plugin area.

Note: After activating and changing Default admin login Url of your WordPress website please bookmark this new custom URL for your memory. And if you forget your custom URL then just go to your Cpanel and deactivate or remove the plugin from your hosting Cpanel and your website back exactly to the state which was before.

Change Default Admin Login URL Of WordPress With This Plugin.

“WPS Hide Login” is my favorite plugin which I been using it for 2 years and significantly reduced login attempts on my WordPress website.I would like to give thanks to contributor and developers of this wonderful Plugin.So let’s start with this plugin.

1 Firstly Go To your WordPress Dashboard>>Plugins>>Add New Plugin Now here search for the “WPS Hide Login” Once you find it just install the plugin and activate it.

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2 Once you have done the activation Now go back to your WordPress Dashboard>>Now Click On Settings>>Then General>> Now Just Scroll down and you will see like this in given screenshot.Here you will find the configuration of “WPS Hide Login” Plugin.

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3Now replace “Wp-admin” and put anything you want and it will your new login URL of your WordPress website/blog. For example, I changed it in below screenshot.You can see my new login URL is kickthefeelings/jalilmehar After adding your new login URL just click on ‘Save Changes” button and you’re successfully done.

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Final Words.

This the best and best way to prevent a brute force attack and less the chances of login attempts of your WordPress website.

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About the Author: Jalil Mehar

Web Developer,SEO Consultant,And Online Mentor I Am Working Since 2013.And Experienced Pro Blogger

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