In this article you will learn how to access the administration login form for your Joomla 3 and what to do if you do not remember your login details.
No problem if you are hosted by SiteGround! Just post a ticket and our Support will reset it for you, and this will be done really fast. Our average response time is less than 15 minutes!
To login to Joomla 3 and access your administrative panel, you need to open your browser and navigate to http://mydomain.com/administrator. On this page, you will find a login screen, where you need to enter the username and password you’ve chosen during the Joomla 3 installation process.
If you’re a SiteGround customer, you can access your Joomla admin area directly from your SiteGround User Area. To do this, go to the My Accounts section and select the Joomla Installations tab. You will see a list of the Joomla applications in your account. Click on the Go to Admin Panel button next to the installation you want to manage and you will be logged into Joomla immediately.
For those of you who have created demo accounts to preview Joomla, we’ve made it really easy to access your admin area. Simply click on the red Admin button and you will be automatically logged in.
If hosted with SiteGround, you can use the Joomla Admin Tools app in your cPanel to quickly execute different Joomla management tasks including changing your users passwords.
To begin, you need first to login to your cPanel and navigate to the Joomla Admin Tools link under the Joomla Tools tab.
Now, locate the site you want to gain access to and click on the Reset Password link next to it.
The line will expand, allowing you to select one of the admin usernames for this website and to set a new password for it.
Finally, click on the Change Password button. That’s it, you can now login with your new password.
If you have forgotten the password for a regular (non Super-Administrator) username, the latest Joomla version provides you with an easy method for getting your login details. Simply navigate to your login screen and press the question mark button next to the password field. You will be redirected to a page where you’ll have to enter the email address associated with your Joomla 3 user. You will then receive an email with a link to the password reset page and appropriate validation key.
However, if you want to reset the password of your Super Administrator (the main admin username you’ve chosen during the installation process) you will have to do that manually. Check out this article on How to Reset Joomla Admin Password for detailed, step-by-step instructions.
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